that's enough

that's enough

1. Stop doing that right now! Cut that out! A: "Mommy! Sam is pulling my hair again!" B: "That's enough, you two! If I hear a peep out of either of you again, I will turn this car around and drive right back home!"
2. You don't need to continue any longer. All right, that's enough. I think the prisoner has endured as much as he can for one day.
See also: enough

That's enough!

Inf. No more!; Stop that! Sue: Here, I'll stack another one on top. Mary: That's enough! It will fall. John: I could go on with complaint after complaint. I could talk all week, in fact. Bob: That's enough!
References in classic literature ?
"That's enough," said Don Quixote to himself, "it would be preaching in the desert to attempt by entreaties to induce this rabble to do any virtuous action.
"Well, that's enough," said the Honourable William Batulcar.
Come, that's enough," Razumihin concluded, and he turned abruptly to Zossimov to continue their previous conversation.
'That's enough for me,' she replied, with great earnestness and interest of manner.
But that's enough, or there will be no end to it; each step will be more contemptible than the last....
'There; that's enough. Don't say anything more to me about her; you'd better not!'
"Well, that's enough," said McGinty, draining off his glass.
"That's enough, cap'n," shouted Long John cheerily.
That's enough. I have told you too much already for you to forgive me now."
'I've showed you that I know him, and that's enough.'
"Good!" said Malicorne, philosophically, "that's enough for six weeks.
I can read and write and cipher as well as anybody now, and that's enough for me.
After remounting, Blucher said to the muleteer, "Now, that's enough, you know; you go slow hereafter."
That's enough to feed about 2,740 children for a year, according to Feed My Starving Children.
"I've got the tennis, the management company and a young family keeping me busy - that's enough for now."