better late than never

better late than never
Meaning: it is better for somebody or something to be late than never to arrive or to happen.
Example: All of us have been waiting for you for two hours – but better late than never.

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AuthorPreeti writes on 29th June 2017

The example is not at all good but you can change it and write something like
A: Sorry I got late actually there was some emergency at our house.
B: Its okay, Better late than never.

AuthorReetee writes on 20th December 2016

Fine

AuthorReetee writes on 20th December 2016

Example is not good

AuthorJarel writes on 11th January 2015

You should put more meaning and examples.

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