Latin Translation: I Made It
Dear Latin Teacher,
Please could you remind me how to say "I made it"
in a Latin translation. Is it me fecit
Thanks for your help!
Your Latin phrase means it made me
. To change it around to I made it, use id feci
However, to say "I made it" in English has more than one meaning. Do you mean I made it as in I made this work of art or this dinner? Or do you mean to say I survived, I overcame, I finished what I started?
If any of the latter meanings are intended: superavi
means I overcame; superfui
means I have survived; id confeci
means I finished it, completed it.
Hope this helps and thanks for asking a Latin teacher.
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