apples and oranges

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apples and oranges

  1. (idiomatic) Said of a comparison of items that are not comparable.
    It's apples and oranges. You can't convert square meters to linear inches.
    Comparing the grades of English students to Engineering students is like trying to compare apples and oranges.

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