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English definition of “part and parcel”

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part and parcel

If something is part and parcel of an experience, it is a necessary part of that experience and cannot be avoided: Stress is part and parcel of the job.Inevitable
Translations of “part and parcel”
in Russian неотъемлемая часть…
in Turkish esas/temel/ana bölüm/kısım, temel unsur…
in Polish nieodłączna część…
(Definition of part and parcel from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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