enough said

enough said
enough said
There is no need to speak further
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Main Entry:enough

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there is no need to say more; all is understood

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enough said
informal
— used in speech to say that you understand what someone is telling you and no further information is needed

“Is he in good condition?” “Well, he ran in the Boston Marathon last month.” “Enough said.”

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Main Entry:enough
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enough said — see enough, 3
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Main Entry:say

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eˌnough ˈsaid idiom
used to say that you understand a situation and there is no need to say any more

‘He's a politician, remember.’ ‘Enough said.’

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