Phrase of the Day

Ginger’s Phrase of the Day provides you with a daily dose of interesting facts and trivia on some of the more, and less, common phrases in the English language. Learn the real meaning behind these phrases, when and how to use them and other less-known info behind each phrase.

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Better Late than Never

The phrase 'Better Late than Never' means that doing something late is better than not doing it at all. Example of Use: "Sorry I was late for the meeting today; I got stuck in traffic." Answer: "That's okay; better late than never."