English → English - soft

adj. easily bent or molded, not firm; smooth, pleasant to the touch; faint, quiet, subdued; not sharply drawn; not strict; gentle; flabby; not strong; stupid, simple (Slang); easy (Slang); having few or no mineral salts (of water)
adj. soft, fluffy, delicate, smooth
adj. soft, faint, smooth; muffled, silenced (of sound)

English → Spanish - soft

adj. suave, afofado, atenuado, blando, flexible, mole, mollar, muelle, mullido, quedo

English → French - soft

adj. mou; tendre, doux; légère (boisson); agréable; tranquille; silencieux; faible, mou; débile mental, stupide, bête (argot)

English → German - soft

adj. weicht; zart; aufgeweicht; weichherzig; nachgiebig; sanft; zärtlich; ruhige Kugel schieben; bequem sein

English → Indonesian - soft

n. lunak: sifat lunak, empuk: sifat empuk, kelemahan, bodoh: orang bodoh
a. lunak, lembek, empuk, halus, lembut, lirih, pelan, rendah, lemah hati, lempung, lemah, lintuh, kropok, mudah, enteng, benyai, benyek

English → Italian - soft

agg. morbido, soffice; molle, tenero; (tecn) dolce; delicato, tenue, smorzato; basso, sommesso, attutito; tranquillo, calmo, quieto, riposante; comprensivo, indulgente, benevolo; mite; tiepido, temperato

English → Polish - soft

n. ramol
a. miękki, delikatny, łagodny, cichy, niegłośny, spokojny, sentymentalny, nietwardy

English → Portuguese - soft

adj. frágil; gentil; leve (peso); liso; agradável; suave; terno; fraco; flexível; manso; bobo (gíria)

English → Romanian - soft

a. moale, plastic, maleabil, ductil, pufos, catifelat, fin, delicat, fraged, nealcoolic, lin, dulce, tandru, blând, duios, slab, încet, liniştit, călduţ, inconsistent, flasc, ploios, umed, melodios, sentimental, sonor, idiot, prost, uşor
adv. moale, încet, zgomot: fără zgomot

English → Russian - soft

мягкий; нежный

English → Turkish - soft

zf. yavaşça, yumuşakça
i. kafasız, mankafa, ahmak, budala
s. yumuşak, cıvık, tatlı, ılıman, hafif, pes, belli belirsiz, yumuşak başlı, uysal, müşfik, sevgi dolu, sıvı, sulu, alkolsüz, kafasız, mankafa

English → Ukrainian - soft

n. м'якоть, м'якість
a. м'який, ніжний, тонкий, ласкавий, поступливий, делікатний, пестивий, пухкий, тихий
adv. м'яко, ніжно

German → English - soft

adj. easily bent or molded, not firm; smooth, pleasant to the touch; faint, quiet, subdued; not sharply drawn; not strict; gentle; flabby; not strong; stupid, simple (Slang); easy (Slang); having few or no mineral salts (of water)

English → Dutch - soft

bn. zacht; soort drank ("softdrink"); zachtaanvoelend; aangenaam; rustig; ontspannen; mild; domoor (i. d. spreektaal)

English → Greek - soft

επίθ. μαλακός, απαλός

English → Arabic - soft

‏لطيف، منخفض، معتدل، خافت، ناعم، ضعيف، طري، هين، سهل، لين، عاطفي، رخيم، ناعم الملمس، متسامح، عذب، رخو، لدن‏

English → Chinese - soft

(形) 软的, 柔和的, 温和的

English → Chinese - soft

(形) 軟的, 柔和的, 溫和的

English → Hindi - soft

a. कोमल, मुलायम, विनम्र, गुदगुदा, मख़मली, धीमा, मंद, शांत, नरम, ढीला, अति भावुक, मृदु, अमादक, दयालु

English → Japanese - soft

(形) 柔らかい; 軟質の; 滑らかな; 温和な; 穏やかな; 優しい; 寛大な

English → Korean - soft

형. 쉽게 구부러지는, 딱딱하지 않은; 부드러운; 조용한, 온순한; 엄격하지 않은, 너그러운; 다정다감한, 순한;약한; 연약한; 어리석은(속어); 쉬운(속어); 연수의

English → Vietnamese - soft

a. mềm, dẽo, nhu nhược, ôn hòa, khờ dại

German → Chinese - soft

adj. 软的。柔软的。温和的。

Definition of soft

1. Easily giving way under pressure.
My head sank easily into the soft pillow.
2. Smooth and flexible; not rough, rugged, or harsh.
Polish the silver with a soft cloth to avoid scratching.
Soft silk; a soft skin
3. Gentle.
There was a soft breeze blowing.
4. Expressing gentleness or tenderness; mild; conciliatory; courteous; kind.
Soft eyes
5. Gentle in action or motion; easy.
6. Weak in character; impressible.
7. Requiring little or no effort; easy.
A soft job
8. Not bright or intense.
Soft lighting
9. Having an acute angle.
At the intersection, there are two roads going to the left. Take the soft left.
10. Quiet.
I could hear the soft rustle of the leaves in the trees.
11. Voiced, sonant
DH represents the voiced (soft) th of English these clothes. — The Lord of the Rings, J.R.R. Tolkien
12. Voiceless
13. Palatalized
14. Lacking strength or resolve, wimpy.
When it comes to drinking, he is as soft as they come.
15. Low in dissolved calcium compounds.
You won't need as much soap, as the water here is very soft.
16. Foolish.
17. Of a ferromagnetic material; a material that becomes essentially non magnetic when an external magnetic field is removed, a material with a low magnetic coercivity. (compare hard)
18. Physically or emotionally weak.
19. Incomplete, or temporary; not a full action.
The admin imposed a soft block/ban on the user or a soft lock on the article.
20. Effeminate.
21. Agreeable to the senses.
A soft liniment
Soft wines
22. Not harsh or offensive to the sight; not glaring or jagged; pleasing to the eye.
Soft colours
The soft outline of the snow-covered hill
23. Be quiet; hold; stop; not so fast.
24. Softly; without roughness or harshness; gently; quietly.
25. A soft or foolish person; an idiot.
© Wordnet 3.1 & Wiktionary - Combined dictionary for best results.

© dictionarist.com