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Meaning of “be on the same wavelength” in the English Dictionary

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be on the same wavelength

C2 (of two or more ​people) to ​think in a ​similar way and to ​understand each other well: What makes the ​problemworse is that Howard and Tina are not on the same wavelength about how to ​deal with it.
(Definition of be on the same wavelength from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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