What is a good expression for saying that two things share some similaraties?

I believe there was an expression for it, it was something like 'x and z come into or meet at a similarity when it comes to.......'

• There are numerous ways to answer this question. You could say x and z are similar when it comes to.. or x and z are the same when comparing.... One can draw similarities between x and z when comparing.... x and z converge at a similarity when comparing their.... This question is pretty opinionated, but those are a few examples. – Element115 Mar 5 '18 at 16:47
• so it is valid to say: 'x and z coverage at similarities when it comes to a, b, and z.'? or should it be a similarity? – Ghassan Saeed Mar 5 '18 at 17:11
• Definition of converge is tend to meet at a point. If you are saying they converge at similarities, you are saying the meet similarity at that point. The two cars features converge at a similarity when it comes to horsepower. is an example of using this. – Element115 Mar 5 '18 at 17:18
• so if I want to mention three similarities I would say: 'they converge at a similarity when it comes to horsepower, engine, and price.' – Ghassan Saeed Mar 5 '18 at 17:21
• Yes but I realized one mistake I made(apologize, I'm in an English lecture at the moment so a bit occupied). The two cars converge on similarity when it comes to horsepower, engine, and price. What you're saying is is that the two vehicles have a similarity when it comes to horsepower, engine, and price. I should note that's a fairly formal way of saying it, and less conversational. – Element115 Mar 5 '18 at 17:39