soft

sɔft

Перевод:

Adjective: мягкий тихий нежный легкий
Adverb: мягко тихо нежно
Interjection: тихонько тише

Фразы:

semi-soft cheese - полутвёрдый сыр

soft cheese - мягкий сыр

soft drug - слабый наркотик

to the accompaniment of soft music - под тихое музыкальное сопровождение

lightly boiled / soft(-boiled) egg - яйцо всмятку

a soft heart under a stern exterior - доброе сердце при суровой внешности

soft features - мягкие черты

soft ground - мягкая почва

good / kind / soft / tender / warm heart - доброе сердце

easy / soft job - лёгкая работа

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Примеры:

She has soft skin. - У неё нежная кожа.

Don't be softjust jump! - Не будь слабаком — прыгай!

You are soft in the head. - Ты просто ненормальный. / У тебя не все дома.

Velvet feels soft. - Бархат мягок на ощупь.

Music played softly in the background. - На заднем плане тихо играла музыка.

She took a soft option. - Она пошла по пути наименьшего сопротивления.

She stroked his head softly. - Она тихонько гладила его по голове.

His voice was soft and mild. - Голос его был тихим и мягким.

Pine is a soft wood. - У сосны мягкая древесина. / Сосна — дерево мягкое.

His voice was softer now. - Его голос теперь стал более мягким.

The soft metal works well. - Этот мягкий металл хорошо поддаётся обработке.

This leather handles soft. - Эта кожа мягка на ощупь.

Her voice was tender and soft. - Ее голос был нежным и мягким.

The coat had a soft lining. - У пальто была мягкая подкладка.

the soft tones of the painting - мягкие тона этой картины

Soft fire makes sweet malt. - Доброе слово и кошке приятно. (посл.)

The rabbit's fur is soft. - Мех кролика мягкий.

a teddy bear with soft fur - плюшевый медведь с мягким мехом

Soft music was a fond caress. - Тихая музыка была подобна нежной ласке.

Iron and lead are soft metals. - Железо и свинец — мягкие металлы.

His voice was soft and velvety. - Его голос был мягким и бархатистым.

He'd got soft after all those years in a desk job. - Он обрюзг после всех этих лет сидячей работы.

The sheets feel soft. - Эти простыни — мягкие наощупь.

a baby's soft little butt - детская мягкая попка

the soft glow of the moon - мягкое свечение Луны

A soft breeze pulsed the air. - Лёгкий ветерок вибрировал в воздухе.

the soft purr of a car engine - тихое урчание автомобильного двигателя

The fur was soft to the touch. - Мех был мягкий наощупь.

Work the clay until it is soft. - Вымешивайте глину, пока она не станет мягкой.

You must be soft if you think I'll give you fifty quid! - Ты, должно быть, дурак, если думаешь, что я дам тебе пятьдесят фунтов!

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Связанные термины:

soft on: gentle, sympathetic, or lenient towards

soft clam: any of several marine clams of the genus Mya, esp M. arenaria, an edible species of coastal regions of the US and Europe, having a thin brittle shell

soft coal: → bituminous coal

soft copy: information that can be viewed on a computer screen rather than that which is printed on paper

soft-core: Soft-core pornography shows or describes sex, but in an indirect way. Comparehard-core .

soft drug: an illegal drug, such as cannabis, that some people take for pleasure, that is not considered very harmful or likely to cause addiction

soft hail: See snow pellets

soft hat: a hat made from soft rather than stiff and structured materials

soft iron: iron that has a low carbon content and is easily magnetized and demagnetized with a small hysteresis loss

soft lens: a flexible hydrogel lens worn on the surface of the eye to correct defects of vision

soft line: a moderate flexible attitude or policy

soft loan: A soft loan is a loan with a very low interest rate . Soft loans are usually made to developing countries or to businesses in developing countries.

soft porn: Soft porn is pornography that shows or describes sex, but not very violent or unpleasant sex, or not in a very detailed way .

soft rock: a comparatively unaggressive, melodic style of rock-'n'- roll in which the arrangement and lyrics are emphasized more than the beat

soft roe: the ovary of a female fish filled with mature eggs

soft rot: any of various bacterial or fungal plant diseases characterized by watery disintegration of fruits, roots, etc

soft sell: A soft sell is a method of selling or advertising that involves persuading people in a gentle way rather than putting a lot of pressure on people to buy things.

soft-shoe: relating to a type of tap dancing performed wearing soft-soled shoes

soft sign: a letter of the Cyrillic alphabet, also known as the front yer, that indicates softening of the preceding consonant

soft soap: If you soft-soap someone, you flatter them or tell them what you think they want to hear in order to try and persuade them to do something.

soft spot: a sentimental fondness (esp in the phrase have a soft spot for )

soft tick: any of various small parasitic arachnids of the family Argasidae, typically living on the skin of warm-blooded animals and feeding on the blood and tissues of their hosts : order Acarina ( mites and ticks )

soft top: a convertible car with a roof made of fabric rather than metal

soft toy: Soft toys are toys that are made of cloth filled with a soft material and which look like animals.

soft-boiled: A soft-boiled egg is one that has been boiled for only a few minutes, so that the yellow part is still liquid .

soft border: a border between countries where people and goods are allowed to pass through with few checks

soft-bound: (of a book) having a thin cardboard, paper, or plastic cover

soft centre: a chocolate that has a soft filling

soft cheese: a type of cheese that is made in a relatively short time and has a soft, creamy or almost runny texture

soft-cover: a book or edition with covers made of flexible card, sold relatively cheaply

soft drink: A soft drink is a cold, non-alcoholic drink such as lemonade or fruit juice, or a fizzy drink.

soft drinks: A soft drink is a cold, nonalcoholic drink such as lemonade or fruit juice, or a carbonated drink.

soft-finned: (of certain teleost fishes ) having fins that are supported by flexible cartilaginous rays

soft focus: If something in a photograph or film is in soft focus, it has been made slightly unclear to give it a more romantic effect.

soft-footed: having or making light, quiet footsteps

soft fruit: Soft fruits are small fruits with soft skins, such as strawberries and currants.

soft goods: Soft goods are the same assoft furnishings .

soft-headed: lacking intelligence or sense

soft hyphen: a hyphen, used in word processing to divide a word, which prints only when it appears at the end of a line

soft launch: the launch of a website in stages, with regular updating

soft money: (in the US) money that can be spent by a political party on grass-roots organization, recruitment, advertising, etc; it must be deposited in a party's non-federal (state-level) bank accounts, and must not be used in connection with presidential or congressional elections

soft option: If you take the soft option, you do the thing that is easiest or least likely to cause trouble in a particular situation .

soft palate: the posterior fleshy portion of the roof of the mouth. It forms a movable muscular flap that seals off the nasopharynx during swallowing and speech

soft paste: artificial porcelain made from clay, bone ash, etc

soft pedal: If you soft-pedal something, you deliberately reduce the amount of activity or pressure that you have been using to get something done or seen .

soft pencil: a type of pencil that contains a thicker, oilier and darker form of graphite

soft power: the ability to achieve one's goals without force, esp by diplomacy, persuasion, etc

soft sawder: flattery ; compliments

soft serve: → frozen custard

soft-shell: having a soft shell

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Однокоренные слова:

soften - смягчать, смягчаться, размягчать, размягчаться, мягчить, размякать, мякнуть
softly - мягко, тихо
softness - мягкость
softish - мягковатый, нежесткий, нетрудный, придурковатый

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