Pronunciation of Soft  

English Meaning

  1. Easily molded, cut, or worked.
  2. Yielding readily to pressure or weight.
  3. Out of condition; flabby.
  4. Smooth or fine to the touch: a soft fabric.
  5. Not loud, harsh, or irritating: a soft voice.
  6. Not brilliant or glaring; subdued: soft colors.
  7. Not sharply drawn or delineated: soft charcoal shading; a scene filmed in soft focus.
  8. Mild; balmy: a soft breeze.
  9. Of a gentle disposition; tender.
  10. Affectionate: a soft glance.
  11. Attracted or emotionally involved: He has been soft on her for years.
  12. Not stern; lenient.
  13. Lacking strength of character; weak.
  14. Informal Simple-minded; foolish.
  15. Informal Easy: a soft job.
  16. Based on conciliation or negotiation rather than on threats or power plays: took a soft line toward their opponents.
  17. Gradually declining in trend; not firm: a soft economy; a soft computer market.
  18. Informal and entertaining without confronting difficult issues or hard facts: limited the discussion to soft topics.
  19. Using or based on data that is not readily quantifiable or amenable to experimental verification or refutation: The lawyer downplayed the soft evidence.
  20. Softcore.
  21. Being a turn in a specific direction at an angle less acute than other possible routes: a soft right.
  22. Of or relating to a paper currency as distinct from a hard currency backed by gold.
  23. Having low dissolved mineral content.
  24. Having a low or lower power of penetration: soft x-rays.
  25. Linguistics Sibilant rather than guttural, as c in certain and g in gem.
  26. Linguistics Voiced and weakly articulated: a soft consonant.
  27. Linguistics Palatalized, as certain consonants in Slavic languages.
  28. Unprotected against or vulnerable to attack: a soft target.
  29. A soft object or part.
  30. In a soft manner; gently.


Tamil Meaning