Definition of enough pronoun from the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary



BrE BrE//ɪˈnʌf//
; NAmE NAmE//ɪˈnʌf//
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  •  as many or as much as somebody needs or wants Six bottles should be enough. Have you had enough (= to eat)? If enough of you are interested, we'll organize a trip to the theatre. There was nowhere near enough for everybody. We've nearly run out of paper. Do you think there's enough for today?
  • Word OriginOld English genōg, of Germanic origin; related to Dutch genoeg and German genug.Idioms (informal, especially North American English) used to say that something is annoying or boring and that you want it to stop (saying) used when you think that something should not continue any longer used to say that you understand a situation and there is no need to say any more ‘He's a politician, remember.’ ‘Enough said.’
    have had enough (of something/somebody)
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    used when something/somebody is annoying you and you no longer want to do, have or see it or them I've had enough of driving the kids around.
    See the Oxford Advanced American Dictionary entry: enough