(1) (n.) A special code that causes a word processor or other application to advance to the beginning of the next line. A soft return is a return that the application inserts automatically when you reach the end of a line. A hard return is a return that you explicitly enter by pressing the Return or Enter key.
(2) (v.) When used in reference to search engines, to display the results of the searched information.
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