enoughadverb

  • ja十分に、必要なだけ
  • ento a reasonable degree, pretty, or quite

Examples

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Mute
1.
Seems like you've had quite a past?
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Enough to last several lifetimes.
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Mute
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Great news, Michael.
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We're now the official paper supplier of the NFL.
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That is fantastic.
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It's good, but it's not good enough.
5.
Keep working.
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Mute
1.
Age is just a number.
2.
What would you say your soul's age is?
3.
Eighteen.
4.
Old enough to drink and bone.
5.
Don't have my own car yet, but I have a bike.
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Mute
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Should I get the queen or the king-sized bed?
2.
Your bedroom isn't big enough to fit a king.
3.
You're right, it's too —
4.
How do you know that?
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Sir, I think you're gonna miss your train.
2.
Oh, dang, a Tiger Eye Shooter!
3.
I always wanted one!
4.
That's your train, sir.
5.
Sometimes you have to pass up one opportunity for another.
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Sir!
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I always thought if I ran this store for long enough, a nice lady would come in.
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But it's just men stealing marbles, day after day.
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I just wanted to say that I ordered a tea, you brought me a Coke.
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And that's not acceptable.
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But you drank the Coke.
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That's not the point.
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And your service has been nothing short of appalling,
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your attitude is worse, it's simply not good enough.
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I'll bring you a tea.
8.
You do that.
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I'm sorry.
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You don't even respect me enough to have a baby with me.
2.
I never explicitly said that.
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Isn't he the cutest baby you ever saw?
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What? What? What? No! What?
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Why can't we get enough of superheroes?
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Despite all the voices predicting "superhero fatigue,"
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the figure continues to reign supreme across movies and on TV,
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from 10-cent comic books to billion-dollar theme parks.
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You think that what we did together was a sin?
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I've seen enough real sin to know the difference.
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You didn't tell the police, right?
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Take a look at your own life before you criticize others.