hört sich an
So i read someone (probably native speaker) wrote "die frau hört sich wie nen inder an". And as far as i know, anhören means something like "listening to" and sich means "him/her self" (correct me if im mistaken) but when i try to translate the sentence, or just "hört sich an" on google translate, it says "sounds like". So; Is it some common saying in german? Is there a more common or better way to say "sounds like"? do you always have to use anhören with sich, or can anhören be used alone? and lastly whats does that "nen" mean?