English version

come/go with the territory

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcome/go with the territorycome/go with the territoryRESULTto be a natural and accepted part of a particular job, situation, place etc I’m a cop – getting shot at goes with the territory. territory
Examples from the Corpus
come/go with the territoryHuman rights abuses go with the territory.The strain, the negativity, the isolation all came with the territory.Dealing with the guest who is in a delicate business situation or just a very bad mood all goes with the territory.Death always went with the territory.Most of us have been doing this for a long time, and it goes with the territory.I expected the criticism it comes with the territory when you're a public figure.She just said she felt it went with the territory.Some of this borderline recklessness goes with the territory.As economies mature, they say, economic slowdown comes with the territory.
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