Is "similar meaning" possible at all?

When I say "I am hungry", does it mean the same for everyone?
Since every experience is unique, I guess the answer should be "no".

But then, how can the world stay in order if no experience is similar?

I think the answer lies in category. Thus, the category (of let's say, hungry) connects the experience. Within the category the experience is different, although from the outside it looks similar. 

The risk would be in miscategorization. 

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