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same British & World English

Identical; not different

same English Thesaurus

it turned out that we were staying at the same hotel

the same in same British & World English

The same thing as something previously mentioned

same here British & World English

The same applies to me

same-sex British & World English

Relating to or involving people of the same sex

same again British & World English

Another drink of the same kind as the last (said as a request or offer)

all the same British & World English

In spite of this; nevertheless

same difference British & World English

Used to express the speaker’s belief that two or more things are essentially the same, in spite of apparent differences

same to you! British & World English

May you do or have the same thing (a response to a greeting or insult)

old British & World English

Dating from far back; long-established or known

same old, same old British & World English

Used to convey that something is drearily predictable or familiar

one and the same British & World English

The same person or thing (used for emphasis)

same-sex marriage British & World English

Marriage between partners of the same sex (as recognized in some jurisdictions)

same-store sales British & World English

A figure used to determine what amount of sales growth is attributable to new store openings, based on sales made by stores that have been open more than one year

at the same time British & World English

Simultaneously; at once

this/that same in same British & World English

Referring to a person or thing just mentioned

in the same breath British & World English

In the same statement

by the same token British & World English

In the same way or for the same reason

be in the same boat British & World English

Be in the same difficult circumstances as others

be all the same to British & World English

Be unimportant to (someone) what happens

cut from the same cloth British & World English

Of the same nature; similar

speak the same language British & World English

Understand one another as a result of shared opinions or values

not in the same street British & World English

Far inferior in terms of ability

same here in same British & World English

The same applies to me

sing from the same hymn sheet British & World English

Present a united front in public by not disagreeing with one another

tar people with the same brush British & World English

Consider certain people to have the same faults

same again in same British & World English

Another drink of the same kind as the last (said as a request or offer)

roof British & World English

Used to signify a house or other building, especially in the context of hospitality or shelter

story1 British & World English

A situation viewed in terms of the information known about it or its similarity to another

wavelength British & World English

A person’s ideas and way of thinking, especially as it affects their ability to communicate with others

selfsame British & World English

Exactly the same

league1 British & World English

A class or category of quality or excellence

all the same in same British & World English

In spite of this; nevertheless

same difference in same British & World English

Used to express the speaker’s belief that two or more things are essentially the same, in spite of apparent differences

same to you! in same British & World English

May you do or have the same thing (a response to a greeting or insult)

same old, same old in same British & World English

Used to convey that something is drearily predictable or familiar

lightning never strikes twice in the same place British & World English

An unusual situation or event is unlikely to happen again in exactly the same circumstances or to the same person


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