I'm surprised you watched the whole interview. - It was sufficiently interesting to hold my attention.Me sorprende que hayas visto toda la entrevista. - Fue bastante interesante como para mantener mi atención.
1(before adjective, adverb)(lo) suficientemente;(lo) bastante
sufficiently large/high to do sth(lo) suficientemente or (lo) bastante grande/alto (como) para hacer algo
When the mass of cells is sufficiently [large], cancer may be diagnosed....their army was sufficiently [large] to alarm the Prussians...problems caused by not reheating cooked food at a sufficiently [high] temperature... sufficiently [high] doses to cause permanent liver damage....the evidence on additives is not yet sufficiently [strong]....a time at which the army would be sufficiently [strong] to respond....a nuclear deterrent sufficiently [powerful] to persuade the Sovietsthat aggression would be unprofitable.If your supporter are sufficiently [powerful], you stand a good chance.even young children are allowed if they seem sufficiently [confident].I soon felt sufficiently [confident] to relax and enjoy myselfpeople generally do not grasp either the possibilities or limitations of science sufficiently well to make informed judgementsto be sufficiently large/high/strong for sb to be able do sththe reports are sufficiently alarming for the prime minister to be taking an interestthe knife was not sufficiently strong for her to cut the stringShe'd engaged in behavior that was sufficiently bizarre for jail officials to request her immediate transfer to Ward 16 of Denver General HospitalMogadishu is now sufficiently safe for aid agencies to start work againto improve/recover sufficiently to do sth...a vacancy caused by Atherton's failure to [recover] sufficiently from a back operation
2(after verb)lo suficiente
I think he has been punished sufficientlycreo que ya lo han castigado lo suficiente;he had recovered sufficiently to get out of bedse había recuperado lo suficiente como para levantarse de la cama
to improve/recover sufficiently for sb to be able to do sthAfter a number of years his health improved sufficiently for him to be able to return to his studiesPitt's injured knee has [improved] sufficiently for him to playhis injured knee has improved sufficiently for him to play againThose who can conquer their guilt and shame sufficiently to talk about their problems often find the listener disparaging