|Origin:||suffire, from Latin sufficere 'to put under, suffice', from sub- ( SUB-) + facere 'to make, do'|
suf‧fice [intransitive not in progressive]
to be enough:
A light lunch will suffice.
A few brief observations will suffice for present purposes.
suffice to do something
A few more statistics will suffice to show the trends of the time.
used to say that the statement that follows is enough to explain what you mean, even though you could say more:
Suffice it to say that they're having marital problems.