cease the day vs seize the day : Common Errors in English

About cease the day vs seize the day

The classical Latin phrase carpe diem—usually translated as “seize the day”—means “act now,” “there’s no time like the present.”It has to do not with ceasing, but with acting.

seize the day in News

  • The irrational rush toward cuts

    BY PAUL KRUGMAN Last week the International Monetary Fund, whose normal role is that of stern disciplinarian to spendthrift governments, gave the United States some unusual advice. “Lighten up,” urged the fund. “Enjoy life! Seize the day!” read more
    on June 18, 2013 Source: The Times Record

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