two of a kind


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two of a kind

Very similar, typically in interests, dispositions, or beliefs. Those kids have the same wacky sense of humor—they're truly two of a kind. They're two of a kind, of course they're married!
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two of a kind

Fig. people or things of the same type or that are similar in character, attitude, etc. Jack and Tom are two of a kind. They're both ambitious. The companies are two of a kind. They both pay their employees badly.
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two of a kind

very similar (like) two peas in a pod Where books are concerned, Tyler and Chloë are two of a kind.
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two of a kind

Very similar individuals or things, as in Patrice and John are two of a kind-they're true hiking enthusiasts. This idiom uses kind in the sense of "a class with common characteristics," a usage dating from about a.d. 1000.
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