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English-Thai: Nontri Dictionary
softness(n) ความอ่อนโยน,ความอ่อนนุ่ม,ความละมุนละไม,ความนิ่มนวล

Thai-English: NECTEC's Lexitron-2 Dictionary [with local updates]
ความอ่อนตัว    [N] softness, See also: limpness, Syn. ความแข็งตัว
มุทุตา    [N] kindliness, See also: softness, tenderness, mildness, blandness, Syn. ความอ่อนหวาน, ความละมุนละม่อม, ความอ่อนน้อม, Thai definition: ความเป็นผู้มีใจอ่อน, Notes: (บาลี)
ความนิ่ม    [N] softness, See also: tenderness, Syn. ความนุ่ม, Ant. ความแข็ง
ความนุ่ม    [N] softness, See also: mildness, tenderness, Syn. ความอ่อนนุ่ม, Ant. ความแข็ง, ความกระด้าง, Example: ความนุ่มของเตียงทำให้เขาอยากนอน
ความนุ่มนวล    [N] gentleness, See also: softness, mildness, docility, gracefulness, Syn. ความนิ่มนวล, ความละมุนละไม, ความอ่อนหวาน, Ant. ความแข็ง, ความกระด้าง, Example: น้ำเสียงหรือสำเนียงของพิธีกรควรพูดให้มีความนุ่มนวลมากกว่านี้

CMU English Pronouncing Dictionary
SOFTNESS    S AO1 F T N AH0 S
SOFTNESS    S AO1 F N AH0 S

Oxford Advanced Learners Dictionary (pronunciation guide only)
softness    (n) (s o1 f t n @ s)

Japanese-English: EDICT Dictionary
剛と柔[ごうとじゅう, goutojuu] (exp) hardness and softness [Add to Longdo]
剛柔[ごうじゅう, goujuu] (n,adj-no) hardness and softness [Add to Longdo]
柔らかさ;軟らかさ[やわらかさ, yawarakasa] (n) softness; tenderness [Add to Longdo]
柔らかみ[やわらかみ, yawarakami] (n) (touch of) softness [Add to Longdo]
柔軟性[じゅうなんせい, juunansei] (n) flexibility; pliability; softness; elasticity [Add to Longdo]
軟質[なんしつ, nanshitsu] (n,adj-no) softness [Add to Longdo]
軟性[なんせい, nansei] (n,adj-no) softness; flexibility; elasticity [Add to Longdo]

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From The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48 [gcide]:

  Softness \Soft"ness\, n. [AS. s?ftness, s?ftnyss.]
     The quality or state of being soft; -- opposed to {hardness},
     and used in the various specific senses of the adjective.
     [1913 Webster] Soft-shell

From WordNet (r) 3.0 (2006) [wn]:

  softness
      n 1: the property of giving little resistance to pressure and
           being easily cut or molded [ant: {hardness}]
      2: poor physical condition; being out of shape or out of
         condition (as from a life of ease and luxury) [syn:
         {unfitness}, {softness}] [ant: {fitness}, {physical fitness}]
      3: the quality of weather that is deliciously mild and soothing;
         "the day's heat faded into balminess"; "the climate had the
         softness of the south of France" [syn: {balminess},
         {softness}]
      4: a state of declining economic condition; "orders have
         recently picked up after a period of extreme softness"; "he
         attributes the disappointing results to softness in the
         economy"
      5: a sound property that is free from loudness or stridency;
         "and in softness almost beyond hearing" [ant: {intensity},
         {loudness}, {volume}]
      6: a visual property that is subdued and free from brilliance or
         glare; "the softness of the morning sky"
      7: acting in a manner that is gentle and mild and even-tempered;
         "his fingers have learned gentleness"; "suddenly her gigantic
         power melted into softness for the baby"; "even in the pulpit
         there are moments when mildness of manner is not enough"
         [syn: {gentleness}, {softness}, {mildness}]
      8: the quality of being indistinct and without sharp outlines
         [syn: {indistinctness}, {softness}, {blurriness},
         {fogginess}, {fuzziness}] [ant: {distinctness}, {sharpness}]
      9: the trait of being effeminate (derogatory of a man); "the
         students associated science with masculinity and arts with
         effeminacy"; "Spartans accused Athenians of effeminateness";
         "he was shocked by the softness of the atmosphere surrounding
         the young prince, arising from the superfluity of the
         femininity that guided him" [syn: {effeminacy},
         {effeminateness}, {sissiness}, {softness}, {womanishness},
         {unmanliness}]
      10: a disposition to be lenient in judging others; "softness is
          not something permitted of good leaders"

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