soft

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الإنجليزية - التركية
yumuşak

Hava yumuşak ve toprak nemli. - The air is soft, the soil moist.

O, yumuşak bir sesle konuştu. - She spoke with a soft voice.

cıvık
{s} ılık, yumuşak (hava)
yavaşça

Bebeği uyandırmaktan korktuğum için yavaşça yürüdüm. - I walked softly for fear of waking the baby.

yumuşakça

Tom Mary ile yumuşakça Fransızca konuştu. - Tom spoke softly to Mary in French.

Leyla, Sami'yi yumuşakça ağzından öptü. - Layla kissed Sami softly on the mouth.

yumuşak şey
saf
hatları net görünmeyen
yumuşak (hava)
hamlaşmış
hamlamış
ham (vücut)
hoş
gönül okşayıcı (söz)
formunda olmayan
aptal
fazla hoşgörülü
deli
müşfik
alkolsüz

O, zayıflamak için alkolsüz içecekler yerine su içmeye karar verdi. - She decided to drink water instead of soft drinks in order to lose weight.

Tom alkolsüz içecekleri sever. - Tom likes soft drinks.

uysal
az zararlı
rahatsız etmeyen
sert olmayan
hafif

Mumun alevi hafif rüzgarda titriyor. - The candle's flame is flickering in the soft breeze.

Köpek hafifçe havladı. - The dog barked softly.

sevecen
kolay
yıkamaya elverişli
{s} fazla parlak olmayan (ışık)
yumuşaklık

O yumuşaklık hissi veriyor. - It is soft to the touch.

ahmak
{s} belli belirsiz
budala
{s} sevgi dolu
{s} sıvı
{s} alçak (ses)
mülâyim
{s} hafif (rüzgâr/yağmur)
{s} ılıman
bakterilerle ayrışabilen
mankafa
kafasız
latif
{s} yumuşak başlı

Tom yaşlılığında yumuşak başlı oluyor. - Tom is getting soft in his old age.

korumasız
ahmak kim
{s} sulu
pest
formunu korumamış (sporcu)
nazik
sakin
soft
kolayca aldatılan
hassas
nermin
yumu
tatlı

Leyla çok çekici ve tatlı dilliydi. - Layla was very charming and soft-spoken.

Bay Smith tatlı dilli bir insandır. - Mr Smith is a softly-spoken person.

pes
softness
{i} yumuşaklık
soft probe
Banka konfirmesi

A soft probe is a confirmation method used by banks to verify funding for a seller from a buyer, conducted by the seller's bank to the buyer's bank. Such a probe is not recorded in the buyer's banking information, and usually nothing but confirmation or l.

soft drink
alkolsüz içki

Alkolsüz içkim nerede? - Where is my soft drink?

Gözde alkolsüz içkin nedir? - What's your favorite soft drink?

soft goods
dokuma
soft boiled
(Din) rafadan yumurta
soft bomb
yazılım bombası
soft cheese
(Gıda) yumuşak peynir
soft clay
yumuşak kil
soft drink
kola
soft drinks
(Gıda) alkolsüz içecekler

Tom alkolsüz içecekleri sever. - Tom likes soft drinks.

O, zayıflamak için alkolsüz içecekler yerine su içmeye karar verdi. - She decided to drink water instead of soft drinks in order to lose weight.

soft failure
geçici bozukluk
soft gray
(Bilgisayar) gri
soft iron
yumuşak demir
soft limiter
yumuşak kırpıcı
soft magnet
yumuşak mıknatıs
soft money
kağıt para
soft off
(Bilgisayar) yazılımdan kapatma
soft plash
şıpırtı
soft ray
(Denizbilim) yumuşak ışın
soft rock
(Coğrafya) yumuşak kaya
soft soap
(deyim) yağ çekmek
soft soil
yumuşak zemin
soft start
yumuşak kalkış
soft starter
(Askeri) statik yol verici
soft touch
(deyim) yolunacak kaz
soft water
az kireçli su
soft bodied animals
yumuşakçalar
soft boiled egg
rafadan yumurta
soft brick
yumuşak tuğla
soft chancre
yumuşak şankr
soft coal
katranlı kömür
soft coal
yumuşak maden kömürü
soft currency
zayıf para
soft enough
yeterince yumuşak
soft error
yumuşak hata
soft failure
hafif arıza
soft failure
yumuşak arıza
soft goods
mensucat
soft goods
tekstil malları
soft ground
yumuşak zemin
soft ground
zayıf zemin
soft in the head
kaz kafalı
soft key
yumuşak anahtar
soft landing
yumuşak iniş
soft lens
yumuşak lens
soft metal
yumuşak metal
soft money
kâğıt para
soft palate
yumuşak damak
soft prices
düşen fiyatlar
soft roe
balık menisi
soft sectored diskette
yumuşak sektörlü disk
soft sell
zorlamadan ikna ederek satış usulü
soft soap
arapsabunu
soft spoken
tatlı dilli
soft spot
zayıf çekit
soft steel
yumuşak çelik
soft sugar
yumuşak şeker
soft water
tatlı su
soft water
yumuşak su
soft-boiled
(yumurta) rafadan
soft-sectored
yumuşak sektörlü
soft-shelled
yumuşak kabuklu
soft-skinned
yumuşak derili
soft-spoken
tatlı dilli

Tom tatlı dilli ve kibar. - Tom is soft-spoken and polite.

Leyla çok çekici ve tatlı dilliydi. - Layla was very charming and soft-spoken.

soft-spoken
tatlı sesli
soft annealing
yumuşak tavlama
soft belly
yumuşak karnı
soft consonant
yumuşak ünsüz ses
soft copies
yumuşak kopya
soft cover
yumuşak kapak
soft covers
yumuşak kapaklar
soft determinism
Hem belirlemeciliğin hem de irade özgürlüğünün doğru olduğu inancı, uyumculuk
soft drink
alkolsüz içecek

O, zayıflamak için alkolsüz içecekler yerine su içmeye karar verdi. - She decided to drink water instead of soft drinks in order to lose weight.

Kök birası klasik bir Amerikan alkolsüz içecek olarak düşünülmektedir. - Root beer is considered a classic American carbonated soft drink.

soft drink
kola, gazoz, soda gibi asitli içecekler
soft dump
yazmaç dökümü
soft face hammer
Yumuşak yüz çekiç
soft focus
flu, yumuşak odak
soft good
yumuşak iyi
soft ground
yumuşak zemin, zayıf zemin
soft hearted
yumuşak kalpli
soft law
Bağlayıcılığı olmayan kanun
soft lighting
yumuşak aydınlatma
soft link
(Bilgisayar) Bilgisayarda bir dosyanın bir klasörün içinde bulunuyor ve aynı zamanda farklı bir klasörlerin de içinde olmasını istendiğinde, yani dosyanın birden fazla kopyasının olması değil ama birden fazla yerden erişilmesi istenildiğinde, dosyayı bu farklı konumlara kopyalamak yerine oluşturulan bağ
soft opening
Resmî olmayan, on açılış
soft option
yumuşak seçenek
soft paraffin
Vazelin
soft pedal
piyano pedalı
soft porn
yumuşak porno
soft power
(Politika Siyaset) Yumuşak güç
soft radiation
zayıf radyasyon
soft reset
(Bilgisayar) Yazılımdan sıfırlama
soft serve ice cream
(Gıda) 1. Yumuşak dondurma
soft shoulder
yumuşak omuz
soft skill
yumuşak beceri
soft spoken
yumuşak sözlü
soft tissue
yumuşak doku
soft touch
Kolay kandırılan, saf kişi
soft touch
Saf, kolayca kandırılabilen kişi
soft toy
yumuşak oyuncak
soft ware
yumuşak ware
soft wind
Yumuşak rüzgar
soft-footedly
parmak uçlarında yürür gibi sessiz
soft-headed
yumuşak başlı
soft-hearted
yumuşak kalpli
soft-shoe
yumuşak ayakkabı
soft/easy touch
yolunacak kaz
soft drink
soda
softness
hilmiyet
softness
rıfk
softness
hilm
softer
{f} daha yumuşak

Tom daha yumuşak uçlu bir kurşun kalem istedi. - Tom wanted a pencil with a softer lead.

Bir incitici söz ve bir küçümseme hariç, asla daha yumuşak tutkularla konuşmadı. - He never spoke of the softer passions, save with a gibe and a sneer.

softest
en yumuşak
softly
alçak sesle
softly
yumuşakça

Leyla, Sami'yi yumuşakça ağzından öptü. - Layla kissed Sami softly on the mouth.

Tom Mary ile yumuşakça Fransızca konuştu. - Tom spoke softly to Mary in French.

softly
yavaş yavaş

Tom ve Mary yavaş yavaş Fransızca konuşuyordu. - Tom and Mary were speaking softly in French.

softly
tatlılıkla
softness
gevşeklik
Soft spot
yumuşak karın
softer
yumuşak

Tom daha yumuşak uçlu bir kurşun kalem istedi. - Tom wanted a pencil with a softer lead.

Bir incitici söz ve bir küçümseme hariç, asla daha yumuşak tutkularla konuşmadı. - He never spoke of the softer passions, save with a gibe and a sneer.

softest
yumuşağı
soft copy
geçici kopya
soft copy
yumuşak eşlem
soft copy
yumuşak kopya
soft drink
meşrubat

Biz patates kızartması ve meşrubat sipariş ettik. - We ordered French fries and soft drinks.

Davetiye patlamış mısır ve meşrubat hizmeti verileceğini söylüyordu. - The invitation said that popcorn and soft drinks would be served.

soft drink
kola; gazoz; soda
soft spoken
yumuşak sesli
soft spoken
iki yüzlü
soft spot
zayıf nokta
soft spot
(deyim) zaaf, sevgi
soft spot
yumuşak nokta
soft touch
(deyim) kendisinden kolayca para koparilan kimse
softly
zeka olarak
softly
yumusakça
softness
sevecenlik
softness
{i} uysallık
softness
yumusaklik
softness
{i} cıvıklık
softness
tatlılık
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
Having an acute angle

At the intersection, there are two roads going to the left. Take the soft left.

palatalized
Smooth and flexible

Polish the silver with a soft cloth to avoid scratching.

Lacking strength or resolve, wimpy

When it comes to drinking, he is as soft as they come.

Giving way under pressure

My head sank easily into the soft pillow.

Not bright or intense

Soft lighting.

voiceless
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)
Requiring little or no effort, easy

a soft job.

Quiet

I could hear the soft rustle of the leaves in the trees.

voiced, sonant

DH represents the voiced (soft) th of English these clothes. — The Lord of the Rings, J.R.R. Tolkien.

Foolish
Gentle

There was a soft breeze blowing.

Low in dissolved calcium compounds

You won't need as much soap, as the water here is very soft.

{a} smooth, tender, easy, gently, simple
{i} used for, be gentle, forbear
Gentle in action or motion; easy
The Soft controller message emulates the soft pedal of a piano by lowering the cutoff frequency thus dampening the sound Soft is a channel message
lacking in hardness relatively or comparatively metaphorically soft; "my father is a soft touch"; "soft light"; "a soft rain"; "a soft Southern drawl"; "soft brown eyes"; "a soft glance"
Soft drugs are drugs, such as cannabis, which are illegal but which many people do not consider to be strong or harmful
Lacking strength or resolve
lacking in hardness relatively or comparatively
Something that is soft is pleasant to touch, and not rough or hard. Regular use of a body lotion will keep the skin soft and supple warm, soft, white towels. rough + softness soft·ness The sea air robbed her hair of its softness
If you have a soft spot for someone or something, you feel a great deal of affection for them or like them a lot. Terry had a soft spot for me a soft touch: see touch. adj. soft coal soft drink soft money
Expressing gentleness, tenderness, or the like; mild; conciliatory; courteous; kind; as, soft eyes
of speech sounds; characterized by a hissing or hushing sound (as `s' and `sh')
Softly; without roughness or harshness; gently; quietly
disapproval If you are soft on someone, you do not treat them as strictly or severely as you should do. The president says the measure is soft and weak on criminals hard
Weak in character; impressible
A mildly flavored beer, not hard or rough, but of low flavor impact
Legal term for a wine low in alcohol Also a term for the taste of a wine which is low in acidity, flavor, body and which tastes somewhat sweet
Not harsh or rough in sound; gentle and pleasing to the ear; flowing; as, soft whispers of music
Having, or consisting of, a gentle curve or curves; not angular or abrupt; as, soft outlines
When dry, breaks into powder or individual grains under very slight pressure
Be quiet; hold; stop; not so fast
Not harsh or offensive to the sight; not glaring; pleasing to the eye; not exciting by intensity of color or violent contrast; as, soft hues or tints
Something that is soft is very gentle and has no force. For example, a soft sound or voice is quiet and not harsh. A soft light or colour is pleasant to look at because it is not bright. There was a soft tapping on my door When he woke again he could hear soft music. = gentle + softly soft·ly She crossed the softly lit room She bent forward and kissed him softly
in a relaxed manner; or without hardship; "just wanted to take it easy" (`soft' is nonstandard)
Something that is soft changes shape or bends easily when you press it. She lay down on the soft, comfortable bed Add enough milk to form a soft dough. soft cheese. hard, firm
Somewhat weak in intellect
Pertaining to or consisting of software
A soft or foolish person; an idiot
Effeminate; not courageous or manly, weak
1)An image that is blurred or out of focus Opposite: sharp 2) A scene, negative or print of low contrast Opposite: hard or high contrast 3) A printing paper emulsion of low contrast, such as Grade 0 or 1
used of beverages; not containing alcohol; "nonalcoholic beverages"; "soft drinks"
Easily yielding to pressure; easily impressed, molded, or cut; not firm in resisting; impressible; yielding; also, malleable; opposed to hard; as, a soft bed; a soft peach; soft earth; soft wood or metal
Describes wines low in acid or tannin (sometimes both), making for easy drinking Opposite of hard
opposed to hard
tolerant or lenient; "indulgent parents risk spoiling their children"; "procedures are lax and discipline is weak"; "too soft on the children"
approval If you say that someone has a soft heart, you mean that they are sensitive and sympathetic towards other people. Her rather tough and worldly exterior hides a very soft and sensitive heart. hard
{s} 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)
Describes an image that is blurred or out of focus The opposite of sharp
Not tinged with mineral salts; adapted to decompose soap; as, soft water is the best for washing
Easily yielding; susceptible to influence; flexible; gentle; kind
having little impact; "an easy pat on the shoulder"; "gentle rain"; "a gentle breeze"; "a soft (or light) tapping at the window"
Used to describe wines that are low in acid, tannin, or both; opposite of hard
Generally has low acid/tannin content Also describes wines with low alcohol content Consequently has little impact on the palate
Generally has low acid/tannin content Also describes wines with low alcohol content Consequently has little impact on the palate In some wines it is pleasing, making for an easy or friendly wine
You use soft to describe a way of life that is easy and involves very little work. The regime at Latchmere could be seen as a soft option = easy hard
Soft water does not contain much of the mineral calcium and so makes bubbles easily when you use soap. hard
of sound; relatively low in volume; "soft voices"; "soft music"
A secondary coffee taste sensation characterized by an absence of any predominant taste sensation on any part of the tongue, except for subtle dryness Caused by a concentration of salts high enough to neutralize the acids but not high enough to neutralize the sugars Typified by washed arabica coffee from Santos, Brazil
Describes wines low in acid and/or tannin Usually an easy drinking wine, and can be quite fruity
Not rough, rugged, or harsh to the touch; smooth; delicate; fine; as, soft silk; a soft skin
tea taster's term for underfermented teas
Quiet; undisturbed; paceful; as, soft slumbers
A soft target is a place or person that can easily be attacked. Women who carry cash about in the streets, as they very often have to, are a very soft target. = easy
) as distinguished from a guttural mute (as g in go, c in cone, etc
metaphorically soft; "my father is a soft touch"; "soft light"; "a soft rain"; "a soft Southern drawl"; "soft brown eyes"; "a soft glance"
A tasting term to describe a wine with low acid and gentle tannins
soft X-ray
the lowest energy, lowest frequency, longest wavelength end of the X-ray EM band, overlapping with EUV (extreme ultraviolet)
soft X-rays
plural form of soft X-ray
soft as a baby's bottom
extremely soft (not rough)
soft c
In many languages, a letter "c" which is not pronounced as a velar stop (/k/, like English "k") but as a sibilant (/s/, like English "s") or an affricative (/tʃ/, like English "ch")
soft c
In English, the "c" sound in "cent", "central" and "circuit" as distinct from the hard c in "cat" and "cabin"
soft c
In Italian, the "c" sound in "certo" as distinct from the "c" sound in "caffè"
soft copy
A digital copy of a document, rather than a copy printed on paper
soft dollars
a rebate or commission paid with goods or services, rather than cash
soft drink
A non-alcoholic drink, normally carbonated
soft drinks
plural form of soft drink
soft fruit
fruit that grows on bushes, such as berries, strawberries and currants, as contrasted with top fruit
soft fruits
plural form of soft fruit
soft g
: The "g" sound in "gem", "giraffe" and "generation" as distinct from the hard g in "get" and "give"
soft hands
the hands in a relaxed state, especially for a batsman to play with a dead bat, or for a fielder to catch the ball without it bouncing out
soft hyphen
the symbol represented by code U+00AD. It is defined by Unicode as a generally invisible character that allows manual specification of a place where a hyphenated break is allowed without forcing a line break in an inconvenient place if the text was later reflowed
soft hyphens
plural form of soft hyphen
soft key
Gently highlighting; low-key
soft key
A softkey: a button, located along a display device, which performs whatever function is shown near it on the display
soft maple
A red maple, Acer rubrum
soft matte
That the full frame is filled, and the projectionist is relied upon to matte out the top and bottom of the frame in the theatrical projector
soft mick
An extravagant person
soft mutation
A type of pronunciation change required when speaking certain Celtic languages
soft mutations
plural form of soft mutation
soft opening
An unannounced or lightly announced business opening, instead of or prior to a grand opening
soft palate
The soft tissue at the back of the roof of the mouth
soft pedal
The leftmost foot-pedal on a piano
soft pedals
plural form of soft pedal
soft photon
A photon, whose energy is too small to be detected, that is one of a cloud associated with a charged particle
soft point
having an exposed lead point, designed to expand when it hits its target and therefore cause more damage
soft porn
Alternative form of softcore pornography
soft redirect
An indication to a user that what they requested may be found elsewhere

I decided to leave a soft redirect explaining why the website had been moved.

soft redirects
plural form of soft redirect
soft rock
A comparatively unaggressive, melodic rock music in which the arrangement and lyrics are emphasized more than the beat; a reaction against hard rock
soft sawder
Cajoling or flattery
soft sell
A sales technique which is quietly persuasive and subtle; seeking to convince the buyer without being forceful
soft serve
A frozen dessert, similar to ice cream but dispensed from a machine
soft shoe
Of or pertaining to this kind of dancing
soft shoe
To perform a dance of this kind
soft shoe
A kind of tap dancing performed in soft-soled shoes, popular in vaudeville

Between Mr. O'Connor and Mr. Newley there's a delightful exhibition of the dances and their origin dating gack a few hundred years, from the clog to the buck, the wing, and the buck and wing, and on to the old soft shoe and more.

soft shoe
A speech, explanation, sales pitch, or other set of remarks delivered in a restrained or conciliatory manner in order to persuade, distract, or otherwise influence someone

Is the salesman's soft-shoe appropriate in a time of national mourning?.

soft shoe
Casual, low-key, easy-going

Occasionally criticized for his soft-shoe approach (e.g., he urged the President to avoid a public squabble with Joe McCarthy), Persons nonetheless won many a legislator over to the Administration side.

soft skill
A personal skill that is usually interpersonal, non-specialized, and difficult to quantify, such as leadership or responsibility
soft skills
plural form of soft skill
soft spot
A sentimental fondness or affection

He started out a bricklayer and throughout his life he had a soft spot for other bricklayers and masons.

soft spot
A fontanelle
soft spot
A point of vulnerability in a defence
soft spots
plural form of soft spot
soft target
An undefended civilian target attacked by an army, military group or terrorists
soft targets
plural form of soft target
soft tissue
all the tissues of the body except the bones and organs
soft top
The foldable roof of a convertible or sports car which is made of fabric
soft top
A car with such a roof
soft tops
plural form of soft top
soft touch
A comfortable situation; an easy task or undemanding occupation, especially one which is comfortably remunerative

I finally abandoned any lingering illusions I had had that Ministry work was a soft touch.

soft touch
A person or group which is sympathetic, accommodating, easily overcome, or easily persuaded, especially one which loans or readily gives money to another

The federal opposition says people smugglers now see Australia as a soft touch on border security.

soft water
water with a low concentration of dissolved minerals, especially calcium, making it easier to lather with soap
soft-boiled
softhearted or sentimental
soft-boiled
cooked to a soft consistency with the yolk still runny
soft-key
Attributive form of soft key, noun
soft-pedal
Attempting to persuade without being obvious about it, by understating a position so the listener takes the good points as obvious
soft-shell turtle
Any turtle of the family Trionychidae, such turtles having a carapace that has no scutes and is leathery and pliable at the sides
soft-shell turtles
plural form of soft-shell turtle
soft-shelled turtle
A variant form of soft-shell turtle
soft-shoe
Alternative spelling of soft shoe
soft-soap
Persuasion by means of flattery or pleasing words
soft-soap
To attempt to persuade by flattery or pleasing words
soft-spoken
having a pleasant, sweet, gentle, mild speaking manner

He was soft-spoken and gentle.

soft underbelly
vulnerable spot, weak spot
soft probe
A confirmation method used by banks to verify funding for a seller from a buyer, conducted by the seller's bank to the buyer's bank
soft offer
(Ticaret) A trial offer of some kind. The prospective customer is offered the product on a trial period for a given length of time, during which they can use and evaluate the product to decide if the product meets their needs. No risk or obligation is invested by the prospect
soft opening
A period of time when a new hotel, which may not be fully complete, is open for business but has not formally announced its opening. Also used of rides and attractions at theme parks
soft paraffin
Petroleum jelly, vaseline, petrolatum or soft paraffin is a semi-solid mixture of hydrocarbons (with carbon numbers mainly higher than 25), originally promoted as a topical ointment for its healing properties. Its folkloric medicinal value as a "cure-all" has since been limited by better scientific understanding of appropriate and inappropriate uses However, it is recognized by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) as an approved Over-The-Counter (OTC) skin protectant and remains widely used in cosmetic skin care. It is commonly referred to as Vaseline as a genericised trademark
soft porn
Soft porn (or softcore) is a form of pornography, either video or nude glamour photography, that is less explicit than hardcore material in depicting or describing sexual behaviour. Softcore does not depict explicit sexual contact, but ranges from nudity to simulated intercourse. While both softcore and hardcore feature sexual situations with the intention of arousing the viewer, the key difference is that softcore does not clearly show aroused genitalia (including masturbation), ejaculation, or penetration (vaginal, anal and/or oral). Some softcore porn, especially recently, is more explicit in that penises or vulvae are shown as well as contact in those areas. In milder forms of softcore porn, much of the nudity is implied, such as the handbra technique, with only limited nipple exposure
soft power
(Politika Siyaset) Soft power is a term used in international relations theory to describe the ability of a political body, such as a state, to indirectly influence the behavior or interests of other political bodies through cultural or ideological means. The term was first coined by Harvard University professor Joseph Nye, who remains its most prominent proponent, in a 1990 book, Bound to Lead: The Changing Nature of American Power. He further developed the concept in his 2004 book, Soft Power: The Means to Success in World Politics. While its usefulness as a descriptive theory has not gone unchallenged, soft power has since entered popular political discourse as a way of distinguishing the subtle effects of culture, values and ideas on others' behavior from more direct coercive measures, such as military action (hard power) or economic incentives
softly
In a soft manner; gently
softly
Not loudly; nearly inaudible
softness
The quality of being soft
softly
{a} tenderly, kindly, gently, slowly, mildly
softness
{n} a soft quality, mildness, esseminacy
soft copy
information stored in a computer's memory or shown on a screen rather than printed on paper hard copy
soft copy
Information stored on a computer disk or displayed on screen
soft copy
Information stored in a computer (This may seem odd, as computers and disks aren't very soft But anything on a computer is subject to change, and can be affected by, for example, a hard disk crash ) The equivalent term for information which has been printed out on paper is hard copy
soft copy
A nonpermanent form of computer system output?for example, information sent to a display Contrasts with hard copy (pg 57)
soft copy
The temporary images presented on a computer display screen See also hard copy
soft copy
When you read a document on a display screen, you are said to be reading it in soft copy form
soft copy
A faxed or modem transmitted copy of the completed URAR
soft copy
Images or characters output on a monitor screen
soft copy
displayed on screen or by other non-permanent means
soft copy
An electronic version of a file, usually in computer memory and/or on disk; as opposed to hard copy, the paper printout
soft corn
{i} corn formed by friction between two toes having a soft surface and yellowish in color (Medicine); corn with kernels of soft starch
soft corn
corn having kernels almost entirely of soft starch
soft drink
nonalcoholic beverage (usually carbonated)
soft drink
A soft drink is a cold, non-alcoholic drink such as lemonade or fruit juice, or a fizzy drink. a cold drink that does not contain alcohol. Nonalcoholic beverage, usually carbonated, consisting of water (soda water), flavouring, and a sweet syrup or artificial sweetener. Attempts to reproduce the natural effervescence of certain spring waters for presumed health benefits began before 1700. Joseph Priestley's experiments with "fixed air" (carbon dioxide) led in the late 1790s to the successful preparation of carbonated "mineral water" by Jacob Schweppe of Geneva; by the early 1800s it was being bottled and sold commercially. Today there are hundreds of varieties of flavoured soft drinks. Some of the world's largest corporations (including Coca-Cola Co. and PepsiCo) founded their businesses on soft-drink manufacturing
soft drink
nonalcoholic and carbonated drink
soft drinks
nonalcoholic drinks of all kinds (including soda, juice, etc, )
soft drug
A drug that is believed to be nonaddictive and less damaging to the health than a hard drug. an illegal drug such marijuana that is not considered to be very harmful hard drug
soft drug
a drug of abuse that is considered relatively mild
soft key
A key immediately beneath the cellular phone display window performing the function currently listed on the cellphone display screen
soft key
key which can be programmed to execute a service or command
soft key
A logical key whose action can be changed during the course of the application, depending on the context in which it is called JAM uses a keyset to determine the action that a particular soft key will take The keyset also contains labels that can be used to inform the user of the action of the soft key Soft keys can be simulated on terminals that do not provide hardware support for them
soft money
Political donations made in such a way as to avoid federal regulations or limits, as by donating to a party organization rather than to a particular candidate or campaign. In the U.S., paper money as contrasted with coins, or hard money; also, unregulated monetary donations to political parties or candidates. In the 19th and early 20th centuries, advocates of soft money favoured governmental deficit spending to stimulate consumption and employment. Fiscal conservatives, who put their trust in hard money, maintained that government should not spend beyond its resources. In the late 20th century, strict regulations governed the source, amount, and use of donations to particular candidates (hard money), but few such laws applied to contributions for the general promotion of a political party's message (soft money). In 2002 the U.S. Congress passed legislation that prohibited soft money contributions to the national political parties and strictly limited such contributions to state and local parties
soft money
political contributions made in such a way as to avoid the United States regulations for federal election campaigns (as by contributions to a political action committee)
soft money
funds that can be used by a political party to promote itself but not to promote a particular candidate (not subject to federal regulation); unstable currencies that are not accepted worldwide
soft spoken
speaking quietly, speaks in a low voice
soft spot
a sentimental affection; "she had a soft spot for her youngest son
soft spot
weakness, weak point
soft touch
a person who is gullible and easy to take advantage of
soft touch
One who is easily persuaded or taken advantage of
softer
more soft
softest
superlative of soft
softly
with little weight or force; "she kissed him lightly on the forehead"
softly
in a manner that is pleasing to the senses; "she smiled softly
softly
in a manner that is pleasing to the senses; "she smiled softly"
softly
with softness, gently, tenderly, delicately; quietly
softly
with low volume; "speak softly but carry a big stick"; "she spoke quietly to the child"; "the radio was playing softly" in a manner that is pleasing to the senses; "she smiled softly
softly
with low volume; "speak softly but carry a big stick"; "she spoke quietly to the child"; "the radio was playing softly"
softly
used as a direction in music; to be played relatively softly
softly
In a soft manner
softness
the property of giving little resistance to pressure
softness
a disposition to be lenient in judging others; "softness is not something permitted of good leaders" the property of giving little resistance to pressure a sound property that is free from loudness or stridency
softness
The quality or state of being soft; opposed to hardness, and used in the various specific senses of the adjective
softness
a state of being soft
softness
the property of giving little resistance to pressure a sound property that is free from loudness or stridency
softness
a sound property that is free from loudness or stridency
softness
{i} quality of being soft; malleability; smoothness; gentleness, tenderness; delicateness; quietness; weakness
softness
a disposition to be lenient in judging others; "softness is not something permitted of good leaders"
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