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Whatever will be will be in latin?

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English "let" has two interpretations.

1) as a command to allow something to happen ("Let me go!")

2) as an expression of a wish ("Let there be peace on Earth").

In the former case "Let it be done" would be Sine illud fieri. In the latter, simply Fiat.

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Quod erit, erit.

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Sit; Fiat.

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Factum est.

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