nonmetal commodities such as cocoa, sugar, and grains, bought and sold on a futures market Also called softs
/soft’kop-ee/ (by analogy with “hardcopy”) A machine-readable (“machinable”) form of corresponding hardcopy. [Jargon File] (1994-11-04)
noun, Computers. 1. computer output displayed on the screen of a VDT (opposed to hard copy). noun any temporary information displayed on a computer (etc.) screen; cf. hard copy Usage Note computing
adjective 1. of, relating to, or containing sexually arousing depictions that are not fully explicit: soft-core pornography. Compare hard-core (def 2). adjective 1. (of pornography) suggestive and titillating through not being totally explicit or detailed soft-ass
- Soft corn
soft corn n. A corn formed by pressure between two toes, with a surface softened by moisture. Also called heloma molle.