mas bien tarde que temprano
Does that mean better late than early? Or is that an idiomatic expression that means something else?
Yes, and "better late than never" makes sense. However, doesn't "better late than early" sound strange?
Yes Rikko, it sounds strange. The usual expression in Spanish is "Mejor tarde que nunca" Better late than never
There is an expression, "Mejor tarde que nunca."
Better late than never.
Literally, that is what it means. I'm not sure if it is an idiomatic expression that means something else.
"Más vale que nunca" is the expression I've heard for "better late than never."