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suffice (səˈfaɪs)
1.  to be adequate or satisfactory for (something)
2.  (takes a clause as object) suffice it to say that let us say no more than that; I shall just say that
[C14: from Old French suffire, from Latin sufficere from sub- below + facere to make]

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