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sat adj. (for comp., see satius), n indecl.

for satis.—Only nom. and acc, enough, sufficient, satisfactory, adequate, ample : paene plus quam sat erat, T.: tantum quantum sat est: Tantum sat habes? are you satisfied with that? T.: nam mihi facti Fama sat est, V.: Qui non sat habuit coniugem inlexe, was not content , C. poët.: Perdere posse sat est, O.—As subst n. : non signi hoc sat est, Quod, etc., proof enough , T.: nec sat rationis in armis, V.—As adv., enough, sufficiently, satisfactorily : sat scio, I am sure , T.: accusator sat bonus: non sat idoneus Pugnae, H.Only enough, just, moderately, tolerably, somewhat : sat commode, T.: si me voltis esse oratorem, si etiam sat bonum, etc.— Enough, too much ; with ago (less correctly, satago): suarum rerum sat agit, has his hands full with his own affairs , T. (al. sat agitat).

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