Enough; adequate: [as adjective]: he had a small private income which was sufficient for her needs [as determiner]: they had sufficient resources to survive
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- This would not happen if we had sufficient staff and resources to do our job properly.
- If it can do all that in sufficient numbers, it might be enough to start spooking its rivals.
- That experience was sufficient to prove to me that handling these big schemes is no easy matter.
enough, adequate, plenty of, ample, abundant
Middle English (in the sense 'legally satisfactory'): from Old French, or from Latin sufficient- 'meeting the need of' (see suffice).
Words that rhyme with sufficientcoefficient, efficient, proficient
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