a person who is easily convinced, especially to give or lend money:
a soft touch for charities.
a person who is easily influenced, duped, or imposed upon:
a soft touch for anybody with a sob story.
a person, team, etc., that is easily defeated:
They’re a soft touch for any team in the league.
a task or activity that is easily or quickly done, especially a job that pays well and requires little work.
(informal) a person easily persuaded or imposed on, esp to lend money
Someone easily persuaded or taken advantage of, especially in giving away money. For example, Ask Dan for the money; he’s always a soft touch. [ First half of 1900s ]
- Soft tubercle
soft tubercle n. A tubercle showing caseous necrosis.
- Soft ulcer
soft ulcer n. See chancroid.
- Softvelocity inc.
company The distributors of the Clarion family of application development systems. SoftVelocity, Inc. (http://softvelocity.com). (2003-10-15)
noun 1. Computers. the programs used to direct the operation of a computer, as well as documentation giving instructions on how to use them. Compare hardware (def 5). 2. anything that is not hardware but is used with hardware, especially audiovisual materials, as film, tapes, records, etc.: a studio fully equipped but lacking software. 3. […]