Definition of cut from the same cloth in English:

cut from the same cloth

Of the same nature; similar: don’t assume all women are cut from the same cloth
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  • We are cut from the same cloth and while historically we haven't been branded as equals, that known gap between us is closing.
  • Progressive taxation is not cut from the same cloth as those forms of collective action that raise the standards of wealth and happiness for all, which is what the state tries to do by supplying certain standard public
  • The Trust Me formula is basically cut from the same cloth as Big Brother - it's a psychological test which places greater emphasis on one's cunning ability to play the system than a passion for general knowledge.
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