Nerux asked in Society & CultureLanguages · 1 decade ago

How to Say "Optimism Overrides Negatitivity" in Latin?

I'm doing an essay right now, and I would like to have a direct Latin (the original, ancient latin spoken 2,000 years ago by the ancient romans- not visigothic/hispanic latin (spanish), frankish latin (french), ostrogthic/lombardic latin (italian), slavic latin (romanian), or any other moden dialects or variations of latin- please- the father latin) translation on " "Optimism Overrides Negatitivity."



Please try to answer as soon as possible. The essay is due tomorrow.

Once again, thanks!

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  • 1 decade ago
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    "spes desperationem vincit".

    [Lit.: "hope conquers despair". These are the closest concepts in Latin to optimism and negativity.]

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