I've come across the word simpatico and it aroused my curiosity, so I looked it up in the Oxford dictionary:
- Having or characterized by shared attributes or interests; compatible
The usage examples include the word relationship after simpatico, which slightly perplexes me. Is this always the case?
Plus, based on the definition, I would assume simpatico is synonymous with the word same. Am I right?
Consider the following examples. Is simpatico used correctly here?
The two companies have simpatico ideas for some products that can trump a myriad number of others and cause them to be out of business.
We had a simpatico relationship and we were the epitome of a perfect couple as we were like-minded.