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soft
British English: /sɒft/
American English: /sɔft/

Translation of soft in Italian:

adjective

  • 2 (muted)
    (colour, glow, light)
    (tone, sound, laugh, music, note, voice, accent)
    (step, knock)
    soft lighting
    luce smorzata
  • 3 (gentle, mild)
    (air, breeze, rain)
    (climate)
    (look, word, reply, heart)
    (impact)
    (pressure, touch)
    (eyes)
    (approach)
    (Politics)
    the soft left
    la sinistra moderata
    to take a soft line with somebody
    adottare la linea morbida con qualcuno
  • 4 (not sharp)
    (outline, shape, fold)
  • 6 (lenient)
    (parent, teacher)
    to be soft on somebody, something
    essere troppo indulgente con qualcuno, qualcosa
  • 7 [informal] (in love) See examples:to be soft on somebody
    avere un debole per qualcuno
  • 9 (idle, agreeable)
    (life)
    (job)
    di tutto riposo
  • 11 [informal] (stupid) to be soft in the head
    essere stupido o rimbecillito
  • 12 (Linguistics)
    (consonant)

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