Dictionary: in einen topf werfen
alles in einen Topf werfen (umgangssprachlich: alles, alle gleich [schlecht] beurteilen, ohne die bestehenden Unterschiede zu berücksichtigen)
Um Frauke Petry und Donald Trump in einen Topf zu werfen, dafür muss man schon Jakob Augstein heißen und im Spiegel schreiben
If you need a surefire way to annoy Zenefits CEO David Sacks, just lump his company in with Theranos.
But Wall Street seems determined to lump his company in with the fickle apparel business.
Eagle said it is not fair to lump his company in with spyware.
Despite his critics attempting to lump him in with Nigel Farage and his controversial “breaking point” poster depicting a queue of Syrian refugees,...
Thomas E. Woods: Time to Lump Him in with the America-Haters
Unfortunately, neither the jurors nor most other Canadians seemed keen to lump him in with common killers.
It’s worth pointing out that many anti-war progressives and paleoconservatives — and because Trump most resembles Buchananites I’ll lump him in with them — do not possess any prescience on Middle East matters because they happen to be partially correct about the Iraq War’s aftermath.