adj   abundant, adequate, ample, plenty, sufficient  
      n   abundance, adequacy, ample supply, plenty, right amount, sufficiency  
      adv   abundantly, adequately, amply, fairly, moderately, passably, reasonably, satisfactorily, sufficiently, tolerably  
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1       det   Enough means as much as you need or as much as is necessary.  
DET n-uncount/pl-n  
They had enough cash for a one-way ticket..., There aren't enough tents to shelter them all.     
      Enough is also an adverb., adv   adj/adv ADV, ADV after v, oft ADV to-inf  
I was old enough to work and earn money..., Do you believe that sentences for criminals are tough enough at present?..., She graduated with high enough marks to apply for university.     
      Enough is also a pronoun., pron  
Although the UK says efforts are being made, they are not doing enough.     
      Enough is also a quantifier., quant   QUANT of def-n  
All parents worry about whether their child is getting enough of the right foods.     
      Enough is also an adjective., adj   n ADJ  
It was downright panic<endash>the frozen expressions on the faces of the actors was proof enough of that.     
2       pron   If you say that something is enough, you mean that you do not want it to continue any longer or get any worse.  
I met him only the once, and that was enough..., I think I have said enough..., You've got enough to think about for the moment.     
      Enough is also a quantifier., quant   QUANT of def-n  
Ann had heard enough of this...     
      Enough is also a determiner., det   DET pl-n/n-uncount  
I've had enough problems with the police, I don't need this..., Would you shut up, please! I'm having enough trouble with these children!     
      Enough is also an adverb., adv   adj ADV  
I'm serious, things are difficult enough as they are.     
3       adv   You can use enough to say that something is the case to a moderate or fairly large degree.  
adj/adv ADV  
Winter is a common enough German surname..., The rest of the evening passed pleasantly enough.     
4       adv   You use enough in expressions such as strangely enough and interestingly enough to indicate that you think a fact is strange or interesting.  
adv ADV with cl  
Strangely enough, the last thing he thought of was his beloved Tanya...     
5    If you say that you have had enough, you mean that you are unhappy with a situation and you want it to stop.  
have had enough      phrase   V inflects, oft PHR of n  
I had had enough of other people for one night.     
    fair enough  
    sure enough  

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assez gagne qui malheur perd
gagne assez qui sort de procès
c'est un coup à se dégoûter
ceux que le malheur n'abat point, il les instruit
ceux que le malheur n'abat point, il les intruit
assez va au moulin qui son âne y envoie
à bon entendeur, il ne faut qu'une parole
ce n'est pas assez de tout lire, il faut digérer ce qu'on lit
ce n'est pas assez de savoir monter à cheval, il faut aussi savoir tomber
celui qui marche droit trouve toujours la route assez large
large enough to have an effect or be important
[US] The series has aroused considerable interest.
an acquaintance or relative close enough to greet by giving a kiss
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