Kekkou

The Japanese word kekkou, pronounced "keh-koo", is translated to mean "fairly well" or "quite", is in "Is this quite enough?" or "That will do fairly well."

Japanese Characters

結構 (けっこう)

Example

Gosen-en mo areba kekkou desu.
五千円もあれば結構です。

Translaiton: Five thousand yen will be enough.

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Abe, Namiko. "Kekkou." ThoughtCo, Jun. 14, 2017, thoughtco.com/kekkou-meaning-and-characters-2028732. Abe, Namiko. (2017, June 14). Kekkou. Retrieved from https://www.thoughtco.com/kekkou-meaning-and-characters-2028732 Abe, Namiko. "Kekkou." ThoughtCo. https://www.thoughtco.com/kekkou-meaning-and-characters-2028732 (accessed October 16, 2017).