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1. soft soft


She decided to drink water instead of soft drinks in order to lose weight.
The mountain path was under a blanket of leaves, soft and easy to walk on.
The shoes were made of some soft stuff that looked like leather.
Soft music is often conducive to sleep.
[sɒft] soft
Because the ice became soft, we had to call off the ice-skating party.
I don't understand why they moved the soft sign in the Ukrainian alphabet; it seemed much more logical for me when it came at the end.
I don't want to use aging as an excuse to go soft in the middle.
Each pancake comes with a dollop of suspiciously soft butter in a tiny plastic cup.
A Turkish soft G and a Spanish H eloped and had lots of completely silent children together.
What were the balls made of? Thousands of years ago, the Egyptians made balls out of soft leather or cloth.
The soft gentle sunlight beckoned me off to sleep.
Soft wool is more expensive than coarse wool and both are superior to synthetics made of nylon.
Tokyo landlords are in a panic because the real estate market went soft.
Soft healers make stinking wounds.

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2. smooth


The last to leave was a tall man, with a pale face and smooth, black hair.
You should smooth the door before painting it. My skin is so smooth after using this cream.
go smoothly
The car's improved suspension gives a much smoother ride thanearlier models.
I didn't envision him as a Klingon speaker; his forehead was too smooth.
Your presentation was so smooth and fluent - what can I say?
The mountains, too, at a distance appear airy masses and smooth, but seen near at hand, they are rough.
This is a smooth wine, which goes down easy.
Then it draws more silky lines across these spokes, leaving a smooth, non-sticky patch in the middle of the web.
It certainly feels smooth when you run the shaver over your skin.
I've had my hair removed permanently, so my skin is smooth.
The unusual style of the original isn’t served by the rather smooth translation.
smooth descent or gentle rise from its discreet hiding place in the ceiling or the floor.
A smooth surface of road, water...
gładki jak smoothy soczek

Inglés palabrasuave"(smooth) ocurre en conjuntos:

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