英语解释：to change, usually in a way that brings an improvement
原文举例：Not only were researchers unable to complete face-to-face interviews in a number of countries, they also had to switch things up entirely by focusing on the relationship between wellbeing and Covid-19. （CNN）
put sth down to sth
英语解释：to think that a problem or situation is caused by a particular thing; to regard a situation, action, or outcome as being the result of some specific aspect, condition, or event.
原文举例：For instance, Brazil's death rate was significantly higher than Singapore's, a fact the report put partially down to the difference in public trust in the governments of each country.
be part and parcel of sth
英语解释：a basic or essential part； If one thing is part and parcel of another, it is involved or included in it and cannot be separated from it.
原文举例：While successful vaccine rollouts in various countries have provided a much-needed boost to many, lockdowns, social distancing, face coverings and travel restrictions are part and parcel of living with the virus, and that's not even taking the economic implications into account.
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