Definition of soft copy in English:

soft copy

Syllabification: soft cop·y


  • A legible version of a piece of data that is not printed on a physical medium, especially as stored or displayed on a computer.
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    • So we refer to a soft copy of a CD-ROM disk as an ISO 9660 image.
    • Any soft copies, disks and backup tapes are to remain only at their office, never to be taken out to see the light of day.
    • ‘We have given them hard copies, as well as soft copies, of all the representations made to us,’ Tsang said.

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