Well then, why not reicht? Any anyone explain
If you yell "enough!" because someone bothers you and gets on your nerves, the German equivalent would be "genug jetzt!" or "es reicht!" :-)
Es reicht" means "it's enough" in the sense of it satisfies"', reicht being a verb.
"Es ist genug" also means "it's enough", but genug is an adjective.
This is the 1st time I've ever come across "Genug!"
I answered with Basta! as a joke, and it was marked as correct. Is that actually correct in german?
Would genug be really used in this tone? I thought it was more like having enough time, not as an exclamation
"Ausreichend" is suggested as a translation but not accepted as an answer. Is 'Ausreichend' more proper? Is 'reicht' more common? What is the precise translation of 'Ausreichend'?
Doesn't Reicht also mean enough?
Reicht does also mean enough but this is used in this way telling somebody to stop being noisy, jumping, yelling ,etc.
why not genügend