soft in Vietnamees

Uitspraak
a. mềm, dẽo, nhu nhược, ôn hòa, khờ dại

Voorbeeldzinnen

Coca-Cola, soft-drinks, water, ice, crisps, olives, nuts, and popcorn.
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The voice was soft and gentle; singularly low, as if instead of being so close beside him, it was positioned at some distance.
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She has a soft voice.
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The street was silent. The lamp cast a soft light.
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She wiped the tears that streamed from Gerda’s eyes; then she shoved her two hands in the beautiful sleeve warmer – it was so warm and soft!
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The angora cat purred with satisfaction from feeling the child’s soft hand pass over its silky fur.
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Then, in her sweet, soft voice, she said, What ought I to do, Mr Fogg?
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Only a woman can have this beautifully rounded and soft arm, these graceful contours. Ah! You seek compliments!’
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He gave a soft sigh.
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Under his leadership, the Nigerian government will adopt a ‘soft approach’ to fight against terrorism, in addition to military efforts.
(Source: Voice of America)
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Synoniemen

yielding readily to pressure or weight: wooly, napped, fluffy, woolly, padded, salving, squishy, velvety, squeezable, flossy, flaccid, velvet, softening, flocculent, emollient, overstuffed, semisoft, downy, cushiony, demulcent, compressible, spongy, downlike, brushed, hardness, squashy, cheeselike, mushy, yielding, cushioned, cottony, spongelike, fleecy, softish
compassionate and kind; conciliatory: tender, mellow, warmhearted
(of sound) relatively low in volume: murmuring, rustling, soft-spoken, gentle, intensity, whispering, little, muted, hushed, low, susurrant, susurrous, euphonious, murmurous, low-toned, muffled, volume, softened, soughing, dull, subdued, quiet, soft-footed, small, loudness
easily hurt: tender, delicate, untoughened
in a relaxed manner; or without hardship: easy
not brilliant or glaring: subdued, dull
mild and pleasant: mild, clement, balmy



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