•Better late than never (proverb) -
Doing something late is better than not doing it. 遲做（總比不做好）
1.I'm sorry my gift came late, but better late than never, right?
2.Perhaps I should have started the project years ago, I said to myself, but maybe it is better late than never.
•Break out (phrasal verb) -
If something dangerous or unpleasant breaks out, it suddenly starts. （突然發生，爆發）
1.War broke out in 1914.
2.Fighting broke out between demonstrators and the police.
•Come into effect (idiom) -
If a new rule or law comes into effect, it starts to be used.（生效，實施）
1.The law came into effect on New Year's Day.
2.These changes in the uniform policy come into effect at the start of next year.
•Connive at sth (phrasal verb) -
To allow or encourage wrongdoing by ignoring it.（縱容，默許）
1.Oppostion leaders suggested the government had connived at the violence.
2.She had murdered or connived at the murder of one of her lovers.
•Set/put the record straight (idiom) -
To provide the facts about something that people have a false understanding or idea about.（陳述真相，澄清是非）
1.Let me set the record straight about what really happened last week.
2.Let me set the record straight on the misconceptions contained in your article.