English version

birds of a feather (flock together)

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbirds of a feather (flock together)birds of a feather (flock together)informalSAME used to say that two or more people have similar attitudes, beliefs etc bird
Examples from the Corpus
birds of a feather (flock together)He figured I had a hustle of my own going and that made us birds of a feather.
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