ソフト

  • sofuto
JLPT 4

Definition of ソフト

adjectival nouns or quasi-adjectives (keiyodoshi), nouns which may take the genitive case particle `no'

  • soft

noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • soft hat

computer terminology

  • software

Examples of ソフト in a Sentence

ソフトミュージック聞く眠くなる。
I feel sleepy when I listen to soft music.
When the kid wanted the latest PlayStation software, he acted like a spoiled child.
The output of E->J translation software can be improved greatly by the way the user utilises it.
そのソフト完璧からほど遠い
That program is still far from perfect.
It is important to maintain backward compatibility with software that was written to run on the former system.
Are there any knacks, or good sites, for downloading Japanese software?
When I started using a computer I was taken in by Norton's CPU hungry software and had a lot of trouble.
Mozilla Foundationは51日、メール/ニュースクライアントソフト最新版「Thunderbird 2.0.0.14」リリースした
The Mozilla Foundation released the latest version of its email/news-client software, "Thunderbird 2.0.0.14" on May 1st.
バグんないけどこのソフトちゃんとない。
I dunno if it's a bug or what, but this software doesn't work right.
Forming an information infrastructure, the real impact of the information highway is an expectation of new economic development due to a shift from a tangible hardware-industry to brain-oriented software-industry.
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