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better late than never


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  • adv. It's better to do something late, than to never do it at all.


Perhaps a calque of the Latin phrase potiusque sero quam nunquam from the 4th book of Ab Urbe condita (History of Rome) by Titus Livius, around 27 BC. (Wiktionary)


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