An easy job or task, as in He really has a soft job—his assistants do nearly all the work. This colloquial expression uses soft in the sense of “involving little or no hardship or discomfort.” It was first put as soft employment in 1639.
noun, Computers. 1. any key on a keyboard, as a function key, that can be programmed.
company A software engineering company strong in the UK and Germany. [Details?]
verb to attack to disable, but not kill, an enemy Examples To soft-kill, they used less than lethal weapons.
verb (used with object) 1. to cause to land slowly and without jarring impact: to soft-land the module on the planet’s surface. verb (used without object) 2. to land slowly and without jarring impact: The craft will soft-land on the moon.