What does to have a soft spot mean?
It means to have a particular fondness for something or someone.
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Hi Mike,
Am I right if I say that "soft spot" also means a vulnerable or weak place. E.g.
"a soft spot in his argument"... ?
but I completely agree that "to have a soft spot for smb. or smth." is what you mean.
How could he possibly have a soft spot in his argument? He wouldn't belong to this earthly world if he did. d:
Sure, I (for one) see no reason why it couldn't be used to mean that. I have never seen it used that way, but go right ahead - as long as the context makes your meaning clear Emotion: smile
For example;
"There was a soft spot in our defences and the enemy was able to penetrate"
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