a satisfactory degree; sufficiently
a significant extent; fairly
as many or as much of sth as necessary; sufficient
as many or as much necessary
"enough is as good as a feast"
"there is more than a sufficiency of lawyers in this country"
"an adequate income"
"the food was adequate"
"a decent wage"
"Have I eaten enough?"
"I've had plenty, thanks"
It has not soil enough..to grow a single blade of grass.
出自： J. Conrad
Five weeks of it were enough to kill him.
出自： M. Sinclair
I've given her enough bromide to put her out of action till morning.
出自： G. Greene
If three or four people get stuffed into a car seat, nobody has enough room.
出自： J. Irving
There are enough hotels..to suit any pocket.