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soft goodsnoun [plural]

/ˈsɒft ˌɡʊdz/  us /ˈsɑːft ˌɡʊdz/ US (UK soft furnishings)
a general name for curtains, furniture coverings, and other things made of cloth that decorate a room
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soft goodsnoun [plural]

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COMMERCE products made of cloth such as clothes, curtains, and sheets: Analysts expect the store to concentrate on clothing and other soft goods.
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