By webby, in 'English to Latin Translation', Aug 24, 2010.
was hoping you guys could help me out with this translation. ( if its even possible.)
Sic vita est.
A very literal translation.
Sic is an adverb meaning thus, so, in such a way.
Vita is the nominative singular feminine noun - life
Est is the present indicative of the Latin verb sum, esse, fui, futurus (to be)
Welcome to LD.
The above translation is valid, but are you perhaps looking for the French c’est la vie?
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talis est vita
Sic omnia sunt could work as well.
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