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The same

same old, same old

used to say that something remains the same, especially when it is boring or unpleasant

another

determiner, pronoun

a different person or thing of the same type

equal

adjective

the same in value, amount, or size

equivalent

adjective

with the same size, value, importance, or meaning as something else

identical

adjective

exactly the same

uniform

adjective

the same everywhere

interchangeable

adjective

if two things are interchangeable, you can put each one of them in the place where the other was, or you can use one instead of the other, and the effect will be the same

consistent

adjective

containing statements or ideas that are similar or that have the same aim

steady

adjective

staying at the same level, speed, value etc

(all) of a piece

the same as something else or as the rest of something

creep

used with other nouns to describe the unexpected and often unwanted effects of a particular situation or trend

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sandwich woman

a woman in middle age who has to juggle caring for teenage children and ageing parents with a career

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