Let's say you have a girlfriend. As the saying goes, opposites attract, and you want to use this idiom regarding your huge difference from each other:

"We are like from both ends of the spectrum, but we love each other no matter what."

Did I use it correctly without missing something? I think you will hear it often from britons...


You could say

... from opposite ends of the spectrum

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