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sufficeverb [I]

 us   /səˈfɑɪs/ fml
to be enough: The problems were of global importance, and only an international effort would suffice to deal with them.
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Translations of “suffice”
in Spanish llegar (para algo), ser suficiente, bastar…
in Vietnamese đủ để đáp ứng…
in Malaysian memadai…
in Thai เพียงพอ…
in French suffire…
in German genügen…
in Chinese (Simplified) 足够…
in Turkish yeterli olmak, yetmek, kâfi gelmek…
in Russian быть достаточным…
in Indonesian mencukupi…
in Chinese (Traditional) 足夠…
in Polish wystarczać…
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