Better safe than sorry: o que significa?

Hi there. How's everything? I hope you're great just like me. Today we will learn another idiom very useful for your daily English. "Better safe than sorry". This idiom is used to recommend being cautious rather than taking a risk. Here in Brazil we say "Melhor prevenir do que remediar" to express the same idea.




Example: 
I'll hold the ladder while you climb up. Better safe than sorry.
Eu vou segurar a escada enquanto você sobe. Melhor prevenir do que remediar.

I hope I could help. See you soon!

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