What does the Latin saying "Sapienti sat" mean?

wisdom and learning
enough for the wise
wisdom and truth
wisdom is better than gold
From Plautus. Indicates that something can be understood without any need for explanation, as long as the listener has enough wisdom or common sense. Often extended to dictum sapienti sat est ("enough has been said for the wise", commonly translated as "a word to the wise is enough").
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