Submitted by admin on Thu, 09/03/2015 - 10:45
enough; in a satisfying manner
Jessica is sufficiently mature to make her own decisions.
The city has a big earthquake problem: People aren’t sufficiently scared of them.
Jenny admits that her greatest challenge has been sufficiently overcoming shyness so she can make presentations to her peers.
It is to her credit that she learned sufficient English to use this educational advantage.
Suffice to say, I would have preferred the movie contained on the Blu-ray disk.
In countries where being gay will suffice for a death sentence, victims of the hack who are exposed as homosexual may pay with their lives.
For a bank to be seized, its capital sufficiency ratio — the ratio of the bank’s capital to its obligations — has to fall below 12%.