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He doesn’t have enough experience as a teacher.
“Would you like something more to eat?” “No thanks, I’ve had enough.”
There aren’t enough of us to make up a team.
Do we have enough knives and forks for everyone?
Some of the workers don’t earn enough to live on.
They have enough uranium to build more than 30,000 bombs.
There wasn’t enough room for us to stretch our legs out.
You’ve had more than enough time to finish the job.
Not nearly enough has been done to provide training for new staff members.
The teachers aren’t strict enough.
He wants to join the army when he’s old enough.
He told me I hadn’t been working hard enough.
Sure, things have improved, but they haven’t improved enough.
The software isn’t good enough for professional use.
Three days later Thorpe was well enough to leave the hospital.
Not even her roommate had cared enough to warn her.
The road is barely wide enough for two cars to pass each other.
I’ve only been to one of her lectures, and that was enough for me!
I wish you’d stop criticizing – I get enough of that from Harry.
I’m leaving. I’ve had enough of all this nonsense!
They had been unfortunate enough to become infected with the virus.
Surely the government wouldn’t be foolish enough to ignore public opinion.
Fans of horror movies just can’t get enough of this sort of stuff.
Enough already! I can’t take any more of this bickering.
It’s bad enough that you were late, without lying about the reason.
The police were completely unhelpful and, as if that wasn’t bad enough, they accused me of wasting their time.
That’s enough! I don’t want any more complaints from you two.
This is the American English definition of enough. View British English definition of enough.