As a Verb or Adjective
1. To have consumed enough food or drink. English = (be) full, (be) full up, (be) sated.
2. To be as much as you need or want of something. English = (be) enough, (be) sufficient; suffice.
3. To be bored or annoyed. English = (be) fed up.
1. Used alone, especially with children, to mean you want your addressee to stop doing what they have been doing because it irritates you, is disruptive or is inappropriate behaviour. English = 'That's enough!'