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Translation "Carpe Diem" to Spanish

carpe diem, "seize the moment", English translation. I would like to know how to say the reverse in Spanish.

For example how would you say, "the moment lives in you" instead of "live in the moment."

Can someone translate that to Spanish (Mexican style not Spain),

I think maybe "el momento te agarra" Is this correct or is there a better translation?

3 years ago

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raans
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Wikipedia says "no dejes para mañana lo que puedas hacer hoy" or "vive cada momento de tu vida como si fuese el último" (or even "vive el momento porque vas a morir pronto"). But I guess you already checked this out.

dd2927a3e0

3 years ago

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Mientras alguien de México te contesta, puedes decir "Aprovecha el momento". :)

3 years ago

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How about rewording this please so people don't have to hear about the ending of a current movie they may not have seen yet? Thanks.

3 years ago
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