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enough

adverb
 
 
/ɪˈnʌf/
NECESSARY A2 as much as is necessary: [+ to do sth] Are you old enough to vote? You're not going fast enough.Enough
NOT VERY slightly, but not very: He's nice enough, but I don't really want to go out with him.Enough
funnily/oddly/strangely enough B2 although it may seem strange: I was dreading the party, but I really enjoyed it, funnily enough.Strange, suspicious and unnaturalFeelings of surprise and amazement
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