adequate for the purpose; enough:
sufficient proof; sufficient protection.
Logic. (of a condition) such that its existence leads to the occurrence of a given event or the existence of a given thing.
Compare necessary (def 4c).
enough to meet a need or purpose; adequate
(logic) (of a condition) assuring the truth of a statement; requiring but not necessarily required by some other state of affairs Compare necessary (sense 3e)
(archaic) competent; capable
a sufficient quantity
- Sufficiently small
- Sufficient reason
noun (philosophy) 1. the principle that nothing happens by pure chance, but that an explanation must always be available 2. the view that such an explanation is a reason for God to have chosen one alternative rather than another
verb (used without object), sufficed, sufficing. 1. to be enough or adequate, as for needs, purposes, etc. verb (used with object), sufficed, sufficing. 2. to be enough or adequate for; satisfy. verb 1. to be adequate or satisfactory for (something) 2. (takes a clause as object) suffice it to say that, let us say no […]
[kwahn-too m soof-i-kit; English kwon-tuh m suhf-uh-sit] /ˈkwɑn tʊm ˈsuf ɪ kɪt; English ˈkwɒn təm ˈsʌf ə sɪt/ noun, Latin. 1. as much as suffices; enough.