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enough already


Definition (British English)

enough, already
Macmillan Dictionary

Definition (American English)

enough, already
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enough, already
Merriam Webster


enough, already
Online Etymology Dictionary

es reicht!



es, reichen

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enough already - Schluss damitLast post 16 Apr 07, 19:19
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Jetzt reicht es mir aber!Last post 10 Apr 10, 16:21
LEO offers this phrase as a translation of "that's the last straw" (meaning: I've had enough…20 Replies
es reichtLast post 15 Feb 09, 19:50
Es reicht, eine Kapsel am Tag einzunehmen.3 Replies
Es reicht nicht immer, nur ... zu tun / Es reicht nicht, immer nur ... zu tunLast post 08 Jan 14, 23:19
In an SZ article, Ilse Aigner is quoted as saying, "Es reicht nicht, immer nur Nein zu sagen…5 Replies
jetzt reicht'sLast post 20 Mar 15, 22:02
I'm reading Rennschwein Rudi Rüssel (Uwe Timm, 1989): "Naja", sagte Zuppi, "... [w]enn man 10 Replies
einige tage würden schon reichen - some days would already be enough?Last post 22 May 10, 04:06
Ist already in diesem Kontext richtig? Danke für die Hilfe. Vielleicht ist es etwas unnötig,…10 Replies
had already / already hadLast post 22 Feb 06, 20:10
Was wird wohl richtig sein wenn ich frage: I had already some good insights into this worki…2 Replies
"Shut up already!" ... ALREADY?Last post 03 Jul 11, 10:10
Seid ich mich auf einem... ähem... Strickforum *blush* herumtreibe, dass zu einem sehr große…20 Replies
enough ... as?Last post 05 Jan 10, 17:57
(1) Her father didn't give her enough money to ... Sounds good to me. But what about (2) …2 Replies
sufficient enoughLast post 20 Apr 17, 13:29
Contact lenses are only covered in cases where glasses are not sufficient enough to corret t…7 Replies

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