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suffice

verb /səˈfais/
to be enough for a purpose or person
llegar (para algo), ser suficiente, bastar
Will $10 suffice (you) till Monday?
sufficient adjective enough
suficiente, bastante
We haven’t sufficient food to feed all these people Will $10 be sufficient for your needs?
sufficiency noun
suficiencia
sufficiently adverb
suficientemente
Are you sufficiently prepared for the test?
suffice it to say I need only say
basta con decir, sólo hay que decir
Suffice it to say that we never saw her again after that incident.
Translations of “suffice”
in French suffire…
in German genügen…
in Chinese (Traditional) 足夠…
in Russian быть достаточным…
in Turkish yeterli olmak, yetmek, kâfi gelmek…
in Chinese (Simplified) 足够…
in Polish wystarczać…
(Definition of suffice from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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