To Be In The Same Boat – American Idiom Lesson

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To Be In The Same Boat
When you are in the same boat with someone else it means that you are in the same situation as them, and, that situation is not a good thing.

  • The boss was angry with all of the sales people, so we are all in the same boat.
  • You can’t find a nice girlfriend either? I guess we’re in the same boat.

Have you been in the same boat with anyone recently?

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