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Better Late Than Never ( doing it late is better than not doing it ... )

"Better Late Than Never"

"Better late than never" means that it is better to do something late than to never do it at all.

Example: "Here is my final paper. Sorry it is so late." Reply: "Better late than never."

"Better late than never" says that arriving late is better than not showing up.

Example: "Here comes the bus, 10 minutes late!" Reply: "Better late than never."

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