From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishthat’s (quite) enoughthat’s (quite) enough (also enough already American English) spoken used to tell someone to stop doing somethingNow, you two, that’s quite enough. Sit down and be quiet. →enough
Examples from the Corpus
that’s (quite) enough• Come now, that's enough.• He's in the fourth year of a six-year, $ 75 million contract, and that's enough for him.• I think McDunn at least believes me and that's enough for now.• That's quite enough for one day at altitude, there and back.• Well that's enough of mechanical problems lets have some questions.• So it gives pleasure, and that's enough really.