The definition of enough is something that is just what you need and nothing more.(adjective)
An example of enough is having enough eggs when making a recipe that needs two eggs because you have exactly two eggs in the refrigerator.
Enough means as many as you need or are allowed.(noun)
An example of enough is the expression meaning you have all that you need or want, “That’s enough.”
Enough is defined as having done something adequately or sufficiently.(adverb)
An example of enough is the phrase playing well enough, when someone plays a game well, but doesn’t win by a lot of points.
See enough in Webster's New World College Dictionary
Origin: ME inough < OE genoh < Gmc comp. (seen also in Ger genug-, ON gnogr, Goth ganohs) < ge-, intens. + *noh, enough < IE base *enek-, *nek-, to attain, achieve > L nactus, attained, Sans nákşati, (he) attains
See enough in American Heritage Dictionary 4
Origin: Middle English enogh
Origin: , from Old English genōg; see nek-2 in Indo-European roots.
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