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Translation of "soft" - English-Spanish dictionary

soft

adjective /soft/
not hard or firm; easily changing shape when pressed blando a soft cushion.
pleasantly smooth to the touch suave The dog has a soft, silky coat.
not loud suave a soft voice.
(of colour/color) not bright or harsh suave a soft pink.
not strict (enough) blando You are too soft with him.
(of a drink) not alcoholic no alcohólico At the party they were serving soft drinks as well as wine and spirits.
childishly weak, timid or silly tonto, bobo Don’t be so soft – the dog won’t hurt you.
softly adverb
suavemente After falling off her horse, luckily she landed softly on the grass.
softness noun
suavidad
soften /ˈsofn/ verb
to make or become soft or softer, less strong or less painful suavizar The thick walls softened the noise of the explosion.
soft-boiled adjective
(of eggs) slightly boiled, so that the yolk is still soft pasado por agua She likes her eggs soft-boiled.
soft-hearted adjective
kind-hearted and generous compasivo, bondadoso He had been given some money by a soft-hearted aunt.
soft-spoken adjective
having a gentle voice or manner de voz suave/dulce She was a soft-spoken woman with a shy smile.
software noun
(computing) computer programs, as opposed to the machines themselves (hardware) software We had problems installing the software.
softwood noun, adjective
(of) the wood of a conebearing tree eg a pine madera de coníferas softwood furniture.
have a soft spot for
to have a weakness for (someone or something) because of great affection tener una debilidad por He’s always had a soft spot for his youngest son.
(Definition of soft from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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