1. anlamı yumuşaklık; yumuşak, i, s; yufka yürekli; korumasız; mülâyim, tatlı, nazik, latif, uysal; hafif; asude, sakin; yumuşak şey; İng, nemli, ılık; k, ahmak kim, dili; bakterilerle ayrışabilen; ince, zayıf, dayanıksız, narin. 2. anlamı yumusakça.
Softly İngilizce anlamı ve tanımı
(adv.) In a soft manner.
Kelime: soft Söyleniş:'soft İşlev:adjective Kökeni: Middle English, from Old English sOfte, alteration of sEfte; akin to Old High German semfti soft 1 a : pleasing or agreeable to the senses : bringing ease, comfort, or quiet the soft influences of home b : having a bland or mellow rather than a sharp or acid taste c (1) : not bright or glaring : SUBDUED (2) : having or producing little contrast or a relatively short range of tones a soft photographic print d : quiet in pitch or volume eof the eyes : having a liquid or gentle appearance f : smooth or delicate in texture, grain, or fiber soft cashmere soft fur g (1) : balmy, mild, or clement in weather or temperature (2) : moving or falling with slight force or impact : not violent soft breezes 2 : demanding little work or effort : EASY a soft job 3 a : sounding as in ace and gem respectively -- used of c and g or their sound bof a consonant: VOICEDc : constituting a vowel before which there is a \y\ sound or a \y\-like modification of a consonant or constituting a consonant in whose articulation there is a \y\-like modification or which is followed by a \y\ sound (as in Russian) 4archaic : moving in a leisurely manner 5 : rising gradually a soft slope 6 : having curved or rounded outline : not harsh or jagged soft hills against the horizon 7 : marked by a gentleness, kindness, or tenderness: as a (1) : not harsh or onerous in character a policy of soft competition (2) : based on negotiation, conciliation, or flexibility rather than on force, threats, or intransigence took a soft line during the crisis (3) : tending to take a soft line -- usually used with onsoft on dictators soft on law and order b : tending to ingratiate or disarm : ENGAGING, KIND a soft answer turns away wrath -- Prov 15:1 (Revised Standard Version) c : marked by mildness : UNASSUMING, LOW-KEY 8 a : emotionally suggestible or responsive : IMPRESSIONABLEb : unduly susceptible to influence : COMPLIANTc : lacking firmness or strength of character : FEEBLE, UNMANLYd : amorously attracted or emotionally involved -- used with on has been soft on her for years 9 a : lacking robust strength, stamina, or endurance especially because of living in ease or luxury grown soft and indolent b : weak or deficient mentally soft in the head 10 a : yielding to physical pressure b : permitting someone or something to sink in -- used of wet ground c (1) : of a consistency that may be shaped or molded (2) : capable of being spread d : easily magnetized and demagnetized e : lacking relatively or comparatively in hardness soft iron 11 : deficient in or free from substances (as calcium and magnesium salts) that prevent lathering of soap soft water 12 : having relatively low energy soft X rays 13of news : relatively less serious or significant 14 : occurring at such a speed and under such circumstances as to avoid destructive impact soft landing of a spacecraft on the moon 15 : not protected against enemy attack a soft aboveground launching site soft targets 16: BIODEGRADABLE a soft detergent soft pesticides 17of a drug : considered less detrimental than a hard narcotic 18 : easily polarized -- used of acids and bases 19 aof currency : not readily convertible bof a loan : not secured by collateral 20 a : being low due to sluggish market conditions soft prices b: SLUGGISH, SLOW a soft market 21 : not firmly committed soft unreliable political support 22: SOFT-COREsoft porn 23 a : being or based on interpretive or speculative data soft evidence b : utilizing or based on soft data soft science 24 : being or using renewable sources of energy (as solar radiation, wind, or tides) soft technologies 25of money : contributed (as by a corporation) to a political party rather than directly to a particular candidate - soft·ish /'sof-tish/ adjective - soft·ly /'sof(t)-lE/ adverb - soft·ness /'sof(t)-n&s/ noun