carpe diem

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car·pe di·em

 (kär′pĕ dē′ĕm′, -əm, dī′-)
interj.
Used as an admonition to seize the pleasures of the moment without concern for the future.
n.
Such an admonition.

[Latin : carpe, seize + diem, day.]

carpe diem

(ˈkɑːpɪ ˈdiːɛm)
enjoy the pleasures of the moment, without concern for the future
[literally: seize the day!]

car•pe di•em

(ˈkɑr pɛ ˈdi ɛm; Eng. ˈkɑr pi ˈdaɪ əm, ˈkɑr peɪ ˈdi əm)
Latin. seize the day; enjoy the present, without thought of the future.
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