The latter meaning is an allusion to the color of light-brown to yellowish human skin, and was first seen in the 1602 work by Thomas Dekker, Satiro-mastix or the Untrussing of the Humorous Poet: “No, come my little ... 18th-Aug-2016 11:34 am - Birds of a feather flock together .... 24th-Sep-2015 11:26 pm - Two peas in a pod  ...

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bird: Определение bird: a creature with feathers and wings, usually able to fly: . Узнать больше.

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Другие пословицы: All lay load on the willing horse · To flog a dead horse · One scabby sheep will mar a whole flock · A wolf in sheep's clothing · Dogs that put up many hares kill none · If an ass (donkey) bray at you, don't bray at him · Little pigeons can carry great messages · If you run after two hares, you will catch neither ...

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to get the bird а> быть уволенным; б> быть освистанным; a bird in the bush нечто нереальное; a bird in the hand нечто реальное; a bird in the hand is worth two in the bush пословица не сули журавля в небе, дай синицу в руки; birds of a feather одного поля ягода; один другого стоит; birds of a feather flock together ...

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Birds of a feather. (Часть пословицы Birds of a feather flock together. См. Рыбак рыбака видит издалека.) Двум господам не служат. И нашим, и вашим. – No man can serve two masters. Двум смертям не бывать, а одной не миновать. – A man dies but once. A man cannot die more than once. Дело мастера боится.

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Meaning: If you want to sneak away from doing this hard part of the job, go ahead , you will only make it simpler for me. — Also: Good ... Translation: Granny (told fortunes and) said two things (— it will either rain or snow; it either will or will not). ..... Meaning: Opposite of Birds of a feather flock together; — Also: I despise you.

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The twins are like two peas in a pod. Тезаурус: синонимы и родственные слова. Describing people with the same qualities · a chip off the old block idiom · a meeting of minds idiom · be cast in the same mould idiom · be of like mind idiom · be of the same mind idiom · birds of a feather flock together idiom · birds of a feather ...

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Between two Chairs. Дословный перевод: Между двумя стульями. Русский аналог: Между двумя стульями (не усидишь). Beware of Greeks bearing gifts. Дословный перевод: Остерегайтесь греков, несущих дары. Русский аналог: Бойтесь данайцев, дары приносящих. Birds of a feather flock together. Дословный ...

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birds of a feather = одного поля ягода; один другого стоит; birds of a feather flock together посл. = рыбак рыбака видит издалека. a ~ in the hand is worth two in the bush посл. = не сули журавля в небе, дай синицу в руки; birds of a feather = одного поля ягода; один другого стоит; birds of a feather flock together посл.

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He decided to kill two birds with one stone by purchasing a computer and having it serviced. Другие идиомы: rare bird · kill off (something) · for the birds · kill the fatted calf · birds of a feather flock together · eat like a bird · as free as a bird · kill time · birds and bees · bird brain · bird in the hand is worth two in the bush · little ...

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birds of a feather flock together - Два сапога пара; Рыбак рыбака видит издалека.

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Эти слова — часть пословицы birds of a feather flock together, которая соответствует русской пословице «рыбак рыбака видит издалека».

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The idea of "birds of a feather flock together" might refer to people sticking within age groups.

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Birds Of Same Feather Flock Together Free Essays.

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b) Feathers of a bird flock together. which also means the same?

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Catch Word #121 – Birds of a feather flock together. Do you know anyone else just like you? Sometimes we see two people who act or look or even think alike.

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What's the meaning of the phrase 'Birds of a feather flock together'? Those of similar taste congregate in groups.

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What is the definition of "birds of a feather, flock together"?

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birds of the feather flock together. The expression appears to have surfaced in the 16th century, allegedly a literal translation of Plato's Republic. In 1545, William Turner wrote a version of the expression in the Rescuing of Romish Fox: "Byrdes of on kynde and color flok and flye allwayes...

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