What does the idiom ‘chip off the old block' mean?

AOne who is a block head

BTo get into trouble

CJust like his father

DNone of these


C. Just like his father


  • chip off the old block' means someone who is very similar in character to their father or mother. 
  • Describing people with the same qualities

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