—adj. As much or as many as required (enough apples). —n. Sufficient amount or quantity (we have enough). —adv. - adequately (warm enough).
- fairly (sings well enough).
- quite (you know well enough what i mean). have had enough of want no more of; be satiated with or tired of. Sure enough as expected. [old english]
v. (-ging) make furious. [french: related to *en-1]
v. - make rich or richer.
- make more nutritive.
- increase the strength, wealth, value, or contents of. enrichment n. [french: related to *en-1]
v. (brit. Enrol) (-ll-) 1 enlist.
- a write the name of (a person) on a list. B incorporate as a member. C enrol oneself, esp. For a course of study. enrolment n. [french: related to *en-1]
n. - banner or flag, esp. The military or naval flag of a nation.
- a hist. Lowest commissioned infantry officer. B us lowest commissioned naval officer. [french: related to *insignia]
v. (-ring) 1 make certain.
- (usu. Foll. By against) make safe (ensure against risks). ensurer n. [anglo-french: related to *assure]
—v. - necessitate or involve unavoidably (entails much effort).
- law bequeath (an estate) to a specified line of beneficiaries so that it cannot be sold or given away. —n. Law 1 entailed estate.
- succession to such an estate. [related to *tail2]
v. (-cing) attract by the offer of pleasure or reward. enticement n. Enticing adj. Enticingly adv. [french enticier probably from romanic]
adj. - whole, complete.
- unqualified, absolute.
- in one piece; continuous. [latin: related to *integer]
n. (pl. -ies) 1 thing with distinct existence.
- thing's existence in itself. [latin ens ent- being]