have (something) in common (with someone or something)

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have (something) in common (with someone or something)

To resemble someone or something; to share characteristics, interests, opinions, etc. with someone or something. Well, that's one thing we have in common: we both hate asparagus! The two cars have a lot in common, but only one comes with an advanced audio system.
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have something in common (with someone or something)

[for groups of people or things] to resemble one another in specific ways. Bill and Bob both have red hair. They have that in common with each other. Bob and Mary have a lot in common. I can see why they like each other.
See also: common, have

have something in ˈcommon (with somebody/something)

have the same interests, characteristics or experience as somebody: Come and meet my sister. I’m sure you two have got a lot in common.I have nothing in common with Mark, so I find it quite difficult to talk to him.
See also: common, have, something
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