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Fair Enough

Meaning/Usage: Used after two people agree on something

Explanation: "Fair" means to be legitimate or to be in accordance with the rules.  When something is fair, no cheating is happening and nobody has a better advantage.  Therefore, this term became popular in spoken English to agree to something.

"It's a fair enough question for me to answer."
"You want a rematch because you were sick when you lost?  Fair enough."
"Fair enough, I will try it once to see if I like it."

A.  "If you do not finish your homework you will not be able to go outside to play."
B.  "Fair enough."

Other Common Sentences

"I agree with what you said."


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