Idiom of the Day

Meaning:

Of two different classes, not comparable

Examples:

  • Hey, it's all just apples and oranges and bananas.
  • Religion and spirituality are like apples and oranges.
  • There is a saying that you cannot add apples and oranges.
  • His cars, our cars, it is apples and oranges.
  • I scratched your back. Well, this is apples and oranges. Pardon me?
  • Well, that's kind of apples and oranges, if you think about it.
  • It's not apples and oranges, okay?
  • I'm just saying it's apples and oranges.
  • It's apples and oranges, Jack.
  • Please do not fall into the trap of comparing apples and oranges.