softenˈsɔ fən, ˈsɒf ən
- past participle
- present participle
make (images or sounds) soft or softer
dampen, damp, soften, weaken, break (verb)
lessen in force or effect
"soften a shock"; "break a fall"
yield, relent, soften (verb)
give in, as to influence or pressure
cushion, buffer, soften (verb)
protect from impact
"cushion the blow"
mince, soften, moderate (verb)
make less severe or harsh
"He moderated his tone when the students burst out in tears"
make soft or softer
"This liquid will soften your laundry"
become soft or softer
"The bread will soften if you pour some liquid on it"
To make something soft or softer.
To undermine the morale of someone (often soften up).
To make less harsh
To become soft or softer
Søften (alternative spellings include Suten–1386, Suchten–1399, and Søwten–1489) is a small Danish town in Jutland, roughly three kilometers south of Hinnerup and just northwest of Aarhus. Søften has a population of 3,072 (1 January 2022). Archaeological surveys of the area indicate the earliest settlements dates to the Nordic Iron Age.
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