One room will suffice for us.
a quick look should suffice
In fact, the people of just one nation will suffice.
suffice it to say that
It suffices that the two estates be so located as to allow one to derive some benefit from the charge on the other.
A couple of lightweight rechargeable batteries suffice for a short amount of time in the air.
In Japan you tend to use your personal seal, but actually a signature would often suffice.
For a language to be international, it does not suffice to say that it is so.
A question to which yes or no will not quiet suffice.
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