The British Idiom – Chalk and cheese
Definition of Chalk and cheese
We use the expression, like chalk and cheese, to describe two people, who are often closely related, but who are completely different in character from one another.
Examples of Usage of Chalk and cheese
People often say that my brother and I are like chalk and cheese. I’ve got two uncles. One is a successful film producer and the other is a couch potatoe who’s never done any work in his life. Talk about chalk and cheese!
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