English version

be part and parcel of something

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbe part and parcel of somethingbe part and parcel of somethingINCLUDEto be a necessary feature of something Working irregular hours is all part and parcel of being a journalist. part
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be part and parcel of somethingDefiance was part and parcel of his nature.These differences are part and parcel of the whole move away from jobs.It is part and parcel of an annual commemoration of the dead bound by traditions ancient and arcane.Particularist sentiment was inseparable from aristocratic privilege; local liberties and personal liberties were part and parcel of the same system.After all, these inevitable little skirmishes were part and parcel of their relationship.Each of them is part and parcel of the turn-of-the-century crisis in the hegemony of the bourgeoisie.Much of this is part and parcel of the regime's religion of struggle.This is the circus of empty promises and dry press releases that are part and parcel of meetings like these.Occasional unemployment is part and parcel of being an actor.
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