English vocabulary and translations (See all)
enough: sufficient, as much as necessary, adequate
There's enough food here to feed 100 people, so the 40 guests should be more than satisfied.
That's enough! Stop! I'm tired of this!
UK: There's enough food here to feed fifty people.
US: I've had enough of you. Get out of my house.
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