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good enough

1. Sufficient to suit the purpose(s) at hand without needing to be perfect. There are still a few kinks to work out in how users' comments are displayed, but it's good enough for now.
2. OK; that's fine. A: "I couldn't find the exact type of chips you wanted, but I think I found something pretty similar." B: "Good enough, thanks."
See also: enough, good

Good enough.

That's good.; That's adequate. Bill: Well, now. How's that? Bob: Good enough. Bob: I'll be there about noon. Tom: Good enough. I'll see you then.
See also: enough, good
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"When I got told I wasn't good enough, I just said it was up to me to prove him wrong.
The bottom line is, if you have a client that says I'll sell the policy if I get a good enough offer, the reply should be to question whether they would otherwise lapse or surrender the policy.
"We believe a point wasn't good enough, that's why Dimi came up," he added.
"The bottom line is we haven't been good enough. We've tried everything, we've worked incredibly hard throughout the five weeks here so I can't fault the lads for that.
"The sending off was a huge moment, but even before that happened I just don't really think we were good enough," said the 29-year-old midfielder.
"On the day I don't think it was a game we deserved to lose, but I don't think we were good enough.
But the Baftanominated actor told the Radio Times: "Luckily I was told by the age of 13 that I wasn't good enough, and ts hat's not a bad thing.
We are not good enough to be challenging for trophies and as head coach I take responsibility for that.
TOMASZ KUSZCZAK believes he is good enough to replace Edwin van der Sar on a long-term basis and claims there is no need for MANCHESTER UNITED to find another top goalkeeper.
He performs miracles on some horses that are just not good enough and he makes them good enough, whereas this one is good enough and all he has to do is guide him round."
GOOD ENOUGH offers a case for 'settling' rather than reaching for the stars, maintaining that adjusting expectations on romance is key to being happier in one's choices.