Definition of birds of a feather flock together in English:

birds of a feather flock together

proverb People of the same sort or with the same tastes and interests will be found together: these health professionals sure were birds of a feather
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  • Remember how your mother used to say that birds of a feather flock together, and you thought it was just a cheap attempt to insult your boyfriend?
  • It's more of a case of birds of a feather flock together - people tend to gravitate to other people who are like themselves.
  • The bottom line is that birds of a feather flock together.
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