Adverb: достаточно довольно
Adjective: достаточный


enough is as good as a feast - посл. ≅ от добра добра не ищут

to have enough time - располагать достаточным запасом времени

not to know enough to get out of the rain - плохо соображать

like enough, as like as not - очень возможно

you may do smth. long enough - хоть в лепёшку разбейся

enough food to maintain life - достаточное количество еды для поддержания жизни

oddly enough - как это ни странно

once is enough - одного раза вполне достаточно

to have enough / a lot / too much on one's plate - быть занятым по горло

to have enough push to do smth. - быть достаточно пробивным для осуществления чего-л.

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Have you got enough money? - У тебя достаточно денег?

He did it well enough. - Он довольно хорошо справился.

Is the water warm enough for you? - Вода для вас достаточно тёплая /не слишком холодная/?

I've had enough of him. - Он мне надоел.

There's enough food for everyone. - Еды хватит для всех.

He has enough and to spare. - У него этого хоть отбавляй /более чем достаточно, хоть завались, дофига и больше/.

Will Evans be fit enough to play? - Будет ли Эванс в состоянии играть?

That's good enough for me. - Этого мне вполне достаточно. / Это меня вполне устраивает.

Are the carrots cooked enough? - Достаточно ли проварена морковь?

It's enough to drive you crazy! - С ума можно сойти от этого!

He's a nice enough young man. - Он довольно симпатичный молодой человек.

Have I eaten enough? - Я достаточно съел?

That's enough talk for now; let's get started. - Хватит уже разговаривать — давайте начинать.

Have you had enough to eat? - Вам хватало еды? / Вас хорошо кормили?

We can do it if they help enough. - У нас получится, если они немного помогут.

You can go to school when you're old enough. - Ты сможешь пойти в школу, когда подрастёшь.

She's old enough to know better. - Она уже не маленькая и должна знать, к чему это может привести.

I couldn't run fast enough to catch up with her. - Мне не хватало скорости бега, чтобы за ней угнаться.

I was happy enough in Bordeaux, but I missed my family. - В Бордо мне было хорошо, но я скучал по семье.

He just hadn't thought enough about the possible consequences. - Он просто недостаточно хорошо обдумал возможные последствия.

Are you rich enough to retire? - Достаточно ли вы богаты, чтобы уйти на покой?

Oddly enough, they've never actually met. - Как ни странно, они действительно никогда не встречались.

Surely no one would be foolish enough to lend him the money? - Надеюсь, ни у кого не хватило ума одолжить ему деньги?

You're late. It's just not good enough (=not satisfactory or acceptable). - Ты опоздал. Это просто нехорошо (т.е. неудовлетворительно и неприемлемо).

The rooms are all large enough to take a third bed. - Во всех номерах есть достаточно места для третьей кровати.

He hasn't had much Spanish, but he knows enough to get by. - Он не силён в испанском, но ему хватает, чтобы объясниться.

The crowds are enough of a problem as it is, without having to worry about parking as well! - Толпа народу и сама по себе является достаточной проблемой, так ещё приходится беспокоиться о парковке!

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Связанные термины:

enough said: If you say ' enough said ', you mean that what you have just said is enough to make a point clear, and that there is no need to say any more.

fair enough!: You use fair enough when you want to say that a statement, decision, or action seems reasonable to a certain extent, but that perhaps there is more to be said or done .

sure enough: You say sure enough, especially when telling a story, to confirm that something was really true or was actually happening .

well enough: If you say that you like something or someone well enough, you mean that you quite like them or find them reasonably acceptable .

enough sleep: Sleep is the natural state of rest in which your eyes are closed, your body is inactive, and your mind does not think .

enough space: You use space to refer to an area that is empty or available . The area can be any size. For example, you can refer to a large area outside as a large open space or to a small area between two objects as a small space .

enough staff: The staff of an organization are the people who work for it.

reason enough: The reason for something is a fact or situation which explains why it happens or what causes it to happen.

that's enough!: You say ' that's enough ' to tell someone, especially a child, to stop behaving in a silly, noisy, or unpleasant way.

enough trouble: You can refer to problems or difficulties as trouble .

funnily enough: You use funnily enough to indicate that, although something is surprising, it is true or really happened .

enough is enough: If you say ' enough is enough ', you mean that you want something that is happening to stop.

enough information: Information about someone or something consists of facts about them.

have had enough: If you say that you have had enough, you mean that you are unhappy with a situation and you want it to stop .

man enough to/for: If you say that a man is man enough to do something, you mean that he has the necessary courage or ability to do it.

let well enough alone: to be content with things as they are and not try to improve them

woman enough to/for: If you say that a woman is woman enough to do something, you mean that she has the necessary courage or ability to do it.

leave well enough alone: see the phrase underalone

give someone (enough) rope: to allow someone freedom of action in the expectation that that person will overreach himself or herself

have enough on your plate: to have a lot of work to do or a lot of things to deal with

enough is as good as a feast: said to mean that there is no point in having more of something than you need or want

give sb enough rope to hang: If you give someone enough rope to hang themselves, you give them the freedom to do a job in their own way because you hope that their attempts will fail and that they will look foolish .

give someone enough rope to hang themselves: to give someone the freedom to do something in the way they want to do it, usually in the hope that they will fail or become weak by doing it the wrong way

just leave well alone: to refrain from interfering with something that is satisfactory

cold enough to freeze the balls off a brass monkey: extremely cold

give someone enough rope to hang himself or herself: to allow someone to accomplish his or her own downfall by his or her own foolish acts

have enough on one's plate/have a lot on one's plate: If you have enough on your plate or have a lot on your plate, you have a lot of work to do or a lot of things to deal with.

too fast etc/not fast etc enough for sb's liking: If something is, for example, too fast for your liking, you would prefer it to be slower . If it is not fast enough for your liking, you would prefer it to be faster.

it's cold enough to freeze the balls off a brass monkey: the weather is freezing cold

near enough/as near as makes no difference/as near as dammit/damned near: If you want to indicate that something is almost true, you can use the expressions near enough and damned near . In British English, you can also say as near as dammit .

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