enough

[ษชหˆnสŒf]

enough Definition

  • 1as much or as many as required
  • 2to the required degree or extent

Using enough: Examples

Take a moment to familiarize yourself with how "enough" can be used in various situations through the following examples!

  • Example

    I have enough money to buy a car.

  • Example

    Is this dress long enough?

  • Example

    We've had enough of your lies.

  • Example

    He's not working hard enough.

enough Synonyms and Antonyms

Synonyms for enough

Antonyms for enough

Phrases with enough

  • used to say that you do not want something to continue any longer because it is annoying, upsetting, or unfair

    Example

    I've had enough of your constant complaining. Enough is enough!

  • to be no longer willing or able to tolerate or endure something

    Example

    I've had enough of this job. I'm going to quit.

  • not reaching the required standard or level

    Example

    Your work is not good enough. You need to improve.

Origins of enough

from Old English 'genลg', meaning 'sufficient'

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Summary: enough in Brief

The term 'enough' [ษชหˆnสŒf] refers to a sufficient amount or degree of something. It can be used as a determiner, pronoun, or adverb, and has synonyms like 'sufficient' and 'adequate.' Phrases like 'enough is enough' express a desire for something to stop, while 'have had enough' means to no longer tolerate something. 'Not good enough' indicates that something does not meet the required standard.

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