Translation: from spanish

suffice (it) to say

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  • suffice it to say — Let it be enough to say • • • Main Entry: ↑suffice * * * suffice (it) to say see ↑suffice • • • Main Entry: ↑say suffice (it) to say used to say that you could give more information about something but that the statement th …   Useful english dictionary

  • suffice (it) to say — used to indicate that one is withholding something for reasons of discretion or brevity. → suffice …   English new terms dictionary

  • suffice it to say — ► suffice (it) to say used to indicate that one is withholding something for reasons of discretion or brevity. Main Entry: ↑suffice …   English terms dictionary

  • suffice it to say — adverb An introduction to a statement that will be brief, usually because it is already known or obvious. Suffice it to say that we will not be buying you any more cars in the future …   Wiktionary

  • suffice it to say — it is enough to say …   English contemporary dictionary

  • suffice (it) to say (that) — spoken formal phrase used for saying that the statement that you are making contains your main idea, although you could say more about it Suffice it to say that working with Kelvin was not a very pleasant experience. Thesaurus: expressions used… …   Useful english dictionary

  • suffice (it) to say (that) … — suffice (it) to say (that)… idiom used to suggest that although you could say more, what you do say will be enough to explain what you mean • I won t go into all the details. Suffice it to say that the whole event was a complete disaster.… …   Useful english dictionary

  • suffice to say — suffice (it) to say used to indicate that one is saying enough to make one s meaning clear while withholding something for reasons of discretion or brevity suffice it to say that they were not considered suitable for this project * * * suffice… …   Useful english dictionary

  • suffice — ► VERB 1) be enough or adequate. 2) meet the needs of. ● suffice (it) to say Cf. ↑suffice to say ORIGIN Latin sufficere put under, meet the need of …   English terms dictionary

  • suffice to say — ► suffice (it) to say used to indicate that one is withholding something for reasons of discretion or brevity. Main Entry: ↑suffice …   English terms dictionary

  • suffice — early 14c., from stem of O.Fr. souffire be sufficient, from L. sufficere supply, suffice, from sub up to (see SUB (Cf. sub )) + root of facere to make (see FACTITIOUS (Cf. factitious)). Phrase suffice it to say (late 14c.) is a rare surviving… …   Etymology dictionary


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