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soft touch

Definition of soft touch in English:

(also easy touch) informal A person who readily gives or does something if asked.
Example sentences
  • We've shown people we're not a soft touch and that we won't be pushed over by the criticism.
  • The bit that still gets to me is the look on her face as she approached me, as though she thought I was a soft touch and I was going to bow down at her feet and beg forgiveness.
  • The trouble with caring too much is becoming a soft touch.
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