Idioms about friendship
Carla M.
em 17 de Julho de 2019
  • Like two peas in a pod
  • To be as thick as thieves
  • To bury the hatchet
  • To clear the air
  • A shoulder to cry on
  • Strike up a friendship
  • To see eye to eye with someone
  • Friends in high places
  • To know someone inside out
  • To build bridges
  • Birds of a feather flock together
  • To hit it off
  • To get on like a house on fire
  • To speak the same language
  • To get on swimmingly
  • Close-knit
  • Through thick and thin
  • To be joined at the hip
  • To be on the same page/wavelength
  • To get on famously
  • To make strange bedfellows
  • To move in the same circles

Idioms Related to Friendship with Meaning

Like two peas in a pod

  • Two people or things that are very similar to each other, or go very well together.

To be as thick as thieves

  • To be very close or friendly

To bury the hatchet

  •  Make peace; end a quarrel, settle one’s differences to become friends again.

To clear the air

  • Get rid of all doubts and negative feelings.

A shoulder to cry on

  • Someone who listens to your problems

Strike up a friendship

  • Meaning: To become friends

To see eye to eye with someone

  • To agree with someone

Friends in high places

  • Have friends who have important or influential positions

To know someone inside out

  • To know someone very well

To build bridges

  • To promote friendly relations between people or groups

Birds of a feather flock together

  • People who have the same outlook/tastes/interests will be found in each other’s company

To hit it off

  • To find yourself immediately and naturally friendly with someone

To get on like a house on fire

  • To get on very well with someone

To speak the same language

  • To understand someone, as a result, your shared values or opinions

To get on swimmingly

  • To get on very well with someone

Close-knit

  • United or bound together by strong relationships and common interests.

Through thick and thin

  • Under all circumstances, no matter how difficult.

To be joined at the hip

  • To be extremely close to someone, so you don’t like to be apart.

To be on the same page/wavelength

  • To be in agreement

To get on famously

  • To get on very well with someone

To make strange bedfellows

  • To make unlikely companions

To move in the same circles

  • To socialize with the same people all of whom have a similar background or lifestyle
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