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suffice (it) to say (that)

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsuffice (it) to say (that)suffice (it) to say (that)ENOUGHused 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. suffice
Examples from the Corpus
suffice (it) to say (that)For the moment, suffice it to say that I take a skeptical view of the structural analyses offered.Suffice it to say that prayer is an important activity in the Synagogue.It suffices to say we launched a host of programs to rectify the situation.
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