Question by  Sammy98 (25)

How do you write, "Seize the moment" in Latin?


Answer by  Sting1 (686)

You can say "Carpe diem", the famous quote from latin poet Horace. It literally means "Seize the Day" but in the context it was used means "Seize the Moment".


Answer by  Phil97 (569)

Seize the moment was a very common idea for Roman authors, but the classic example is found in Horace's Odes Book 1 ode 11. That phrase is rendered carpe diem, which literally means seize the day.

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