Translation of soft in Spanish:


Pronunciation: /sɔːft; sɒft/

adj (-er, -est)

  • 2 2.1 (light) suave a soft landing un aterrizaje suave 2.2 (mild, subdued) [breeze] suave; [light/color] suave, tenue 2.3 (quiet) [music] suave in a soft voice en voz baja the radio is too soft la radio está demasiado baja 2.4 [Art] [Cin] [Phot] [edge/outline] difuminado
  • 3 3.1 (weak, lenient) blando, indulgente to be soft on owith sb ser* blando or indulgente con algn they accuse the government of going soft on immigration acusan al gobierno de aflojar demasiado la mano con la inmigración to take a softer line on sth adoptar una actitud menos intransigente sobre algo 3.2 (out of condition) [person/muscles] flojo, fláccido 3.3 (feeble-minded) [colloquial/familiar] to be soft (in the head) ser* estúpido
  • 4 4.1 (easy) [colloquial/familiar] [life/time] fácil a soft job un trabajito cómodo [familiar/colloquial], un chollo (Esp) [familiar/colloquial] the soft option el camino fácil a soft target un blanco fácil 4.2 [Busn] [Econ] [Fin] blando a soft loan un préstamo or crédito blando soft sell venta (f) blanda (venta sin técnicas agresivas)
  • 5 5.1 (kind) [answer/smile/nature] dulce; [words] amable, tierno 5.2 (emotionally attached) to be soft on sb tener* debilidad por algn
  • 6 6.1 [drugs] blando; [pornography] blando [pop/rock] [Mus] blando 6.2 [evidence] no concluyente 6.3 (unstable) [Fin] [money/currency] débil, blando; [market] flojo the price of crude is currently very soft el precio del crudo está muy débil actualmente

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