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too little, too late

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishtoo little, too latetoo late too littletoo little, too lateused to complain that not enough is being done to solve a problem and that the action did not start early enough Doctors have criticized the government’s response to the crisis as too little, too late. too
Examples from the Corpus
too little, too lateA 3 percent funding increase is too little, too late to save the tutoring program.
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