English version

better late than never

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbetter late than neverbetter late than neverspoken used to say that it is better for someone or something to be late than never to arrive or happen at all better
Examples from the Corpus
better late than never"The pictures have finally arrived.'' "Well, better late than never.''While ongoing self-monitoring is urged, it is always better late than never.
better late than neverbetter late than neverused to say that you are glad someone has done something, or to say that they should do something even though they are late late
Examples from the Corpus
better late than neverWhile ongoing self-monitoring is urged, it is always better late than never.
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