2 definitions by Fallo

This expression is commonly used in Colombia to say that a son/daughter behaves/does something similar to his/her father and therefore it's easy to tell they are relatives.
by Fallo July 02, 2007
Common expression in Colombia to mean "Like father like son"
Also see "De tal palo, tal astilla"
"John come igual que su papá. Hijo de tigre sale pintado"
John eats just like his father
by Fallo July 02, 2007

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