Idioms

six of one or half-a-dozen of the other
to be the same, to have no difference between two things
It was six of one or half-a-dozen of the other if we should take the train or the airplane. They both arrived at the same time and cost the same.

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  • sixth sense
  • size up (someone or something)
  • skate on thin ice
  • skeleton in one's closet
  • skid row
  • skin (someone) alive
  • skin and bones
  • skin-deep
  • skip bail
  • skip it
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  • throw (someone) for a loop
  • become engaged with (someone)
  • have it made
  • haul (someone) in or haul in (someone)
  • in one's shell
  • go to pot
  • fit (someone) into a schedule
  • walk up to (someone or something)
  • in jeopardy
  • play it by ear


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