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Turkish translation of “soft”

soft

adjective
 
 
/sɒft/
NOT HARD A2 not hard, and easy to press
yumuşak
a soft cushion Cook the onion until it's soft.Soft and fluffy
SMOOTH A2 smooth and pleasant to touch
düz, pürüzsüz, yumuşak
soft hair/skinSoft and fluffy
SOUND B1 A soft sound is very quiet.
(ses) yumuşak, alçak, tatlı
He spoke in a soft voice.Silence and quietDescribing qualities of the human voice
COLOUR/LIGHT B1 A soft colour or light is not bright.
yumuşak, tatlı, hoş
soft lilac paintThe qualities of light
PERSON too kind and not angry enough when someone does something wrong
müşfik, yumuşak, nazik, sevecen; hoş görülü, mülâyim
The kids are naughty because she's too soft on them.Tender and gentleKind and thoughtful
DRUGS Soft drugs are illegal drugs that some people think are not dangerous.
daha az tehlikeli, hafif; tehlikeli olduğu düşünülmeyen (uyuşturucu ilaç)
Drugs - general wordsSpecific types of drug
softness noun [U] B2
yumuşaklık
→ See also have a soft spot for sb
(Definition of soft from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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