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"Better late than never." is a phrase which is often translated as "Más vale tarde que nunca.", and "by all means" is a phrase which is often translated as "por supuesto". Learn more about the difference between "Better late than never." and "by all means" below.
Better late than never.
A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
phrase
1. (proverb) (general)
a. Más vale tarde que nunca. (proverb)
The card arrived a week after my birthday. Oh well, better late than never, I suppose.La tarjeta me llegó una semana después de mi cumpleaños. Bueno, más vale tarde que nunca, supongo.
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by all means(
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A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
phrase
1. (certainly)
a. por supuesto
Can I go with you? - By all means!¿Puedo ir contigo? - ¡Por supuesto!
b. claro que sí
Can I use your phone? - Yes, by all means.¿Puedo usar su teléfono? - Sí, claro que sí.
c. cómo no
Could you help me out with these bags? - By all means, ma'am.¿Podría ayudarme con estas bolsas? - Cómo no, señora.
d. no faltaba más
Can I use the bathroom? - By all means!¿Puedo ir al baño? - ¡No faltaba más!
e. desde luego
Is that what you think you should do? Then by all means, do it.¿Es eso lo que crees que debes hacer? Entonces, desde luego hazlo.
f. por favor
If you haven't bought their record yet, by all means do.Si aún no compraste su disco, por favor hazlo.
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