enough/plenty to go round

Definition of enough/plenty to go round

chiefly British

  1. :  enough of something for all of the people who want or need it There aren't enough jobs to go round.

Word by Word Definitions

enoughplay
  1. :  occurring in such quantity, quality, or scope as to fully meet demands, needs, or expectations

  1. :  in or to a degree or quantity that satisfies or that is sufficient or necessary for satisfaction :  sufficiently

    :  fully, quite

    :  in a tolerable degree

  1. :  a sufficient number, quantity, or amount

plentyplay
  1. :  a full or more than adequate amount or supply

    :  a large number or amount

    :  the quality or state of being copious :  plentifulness

  1. :  plentiful in amount, number, or supply

    :  ample

  1. :  more than sufficiently :  to a considerable degree

  1. :  to move on a course :  proceed — compare stop

    :  to move out of or away from a place expressed or implied :  leave, depart

    :  to take a certain course or follow a certain procedure

  1. :  the act or manner of going

    :  the height of fashion :  rage

    :  an often unexpected turn of affairs :  occurrence

  1. :  functioning properly :  being in good and ready condition

  1. :  a game played between two players who alternately place black and white stones on a board checkered by 19 vertical lines and 19 horizontal lines in an attempt to enclose the larger area on the board

roundplay
  1. :  having every part of the surface or circumference equidistant from the center

    :  cylindrical

    :  approximately round

  1. :  around

  1. :  something (such as a circle, globe, or ring) that is round

    :  a knot of people

    :  a circle of things

  1. :  to make round

    :  to make (the lips) round and protruded (as in the pronunciation of \ü\)

    :  to pronounce with lip rounding :  labialize

  1. :  around

    :  all during :  throughout

  1. :  whisper

    :  to speak to in a whisper


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