used before plural or uncountable nouns to mean ‘as many or as much as sb needs or wants’
Have you made enough copies?
Is there enough room for me?
I didn't have enough clothes to last a week.
Don't ask me to do it. I've got enough problems as it is.
There was food enough for all.
as many or as much as sb needs or wants
Six bottles should be enough.
Have you had enough (= to eat) ?
If enough of you are interested, we'll organize a trip to the theatre.
There was nowhere near enough for everybody.
We've nearly run out of paper. Do you think there's enough for today?
used to say that sth is annoying or boring and that you want it to stop
used when you think that sth should not continue any longer
used to say that you understand a situation and there is no need to say any more
‘He's a politician, remember.’ ‘Enough said.’
used when sth/sb is annoying you and you no longer want to do, have or see it or them
I've had enough of driving the kids around.
used after verbs, adjectives and adverbs
to the necessary degree
I hadn't trained enough for the game.
This house isn't big enough for us.
She's old enough to decide for herself.
We didn't leave early enough.
Tell them it's just not good enough .
to an acceptable degree, but not to a very great degree
He seemed pleasant enough to me.
to a degree that you do not wish to get any greater
I hope my job's safe. Life is hard enough as it is.
used to show that sth is surprising
Funnily enough, I said the same thing myself only yesterday.
used to say that an idea or suggestion seems reasonable
‘We'll meet at 8.’ ‘Fair enough.’
If you don't want to come, fair enough, but let Bill know.
used in questions and negative sentences
to achieve all that is wanted
The new legislation is welcome but does not go far enough.
Do these measures go far enough?
Stop it now. The joke has gone far enough (= it has continued too long) .
She would be in bed by now, as like as not.
used to say that sth is so nearly true that the difference does not matter
We've been here twenty years, near enough.
certainly; in a way that cannot be denied
You heard me right enough (= so don't pretend that you did not) .
used to say that sth happened as expected
I said he'd forget, and sure enough he did.