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be part and parcel of sth

to be a necessary feature of a particular experience, which cannot be avoided
是…必要(或不可缺少)的部分
Being recognized in the street is part and parcel of being a celebrity.
走在街上被人認出是身為名人在所難免的。
Inevitable
Translations of “be part and parcel of sth”
in Chinese (Simplified) 是…必要(或不可少)的部分…
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