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please help translate this to latin
NEVER GIVE UP
Thank you very much!
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It depends on whether you are addressing several persons or just one. If just one, it could be translated, "numquam cede." If more than one, "numquam cedite."
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Ever so slightly late here but you could also use "Cedas numquam" or Cedatis numquam", "Let you never give up".