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be two of a kind

If two ​people are two of a ​kind, they are very ​similar: "Patrick and Glyn got on really well, didn't they?" "Yes, well they're two of a ​kind."
(Definition of be two of a kind from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “be two of a kind”
in Chinese (Simplified) 属于同一类, 相似…
in Chinese (Traditional) 屬於同一類, 相似…
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