come with the territory

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British pronunciation/kˈʌm ɡˌəʊ wɪððə tˈɛɹɪtəɹˌi/
American pronunciation/kˈʌm ɡˌoʊ wɪððə tˈɛɹɪtˌoːɹi/
to come with the territory
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to be an integral part of a particular situation

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to [come|go] with the territory definition and meaning

What is the origin of the idiom "come with the territory" and when to use it?

The idiom "come with the territory" is originated in English, but its origin is not well-documented. It likely evolved over time as a way to express the idea that certain aspects or consequences are inherent or expected within specific circumstances. This idiom is used to reflect a common understanding that certain situations naturally carry with them particular characteristics, whether positive or negative, that are simply accepted as part of the experience.

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As a parent, sleepless nights often go with the territory of raising young children.
In the world of politics, criticism and scrutiny from the media go with the territory of being a public figure.
In a competitive industry like fashion, rejection and disappointment come with the territory, but persistence is key to success.
Long hours and occasional stress come with the territory in the field of medicine.
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