English translation: very commonplace/may occur frequently
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French to English translations [PRO] Social Sciences - Social Science, Sociology, Ethics, etc.
French term or phrase:monnaie courante
This term is in a text about Development workers helping people from poor villages in Africa. It is talking about how the efoorts of these workers are not always appreiated at first.
Here is a bit more context:
'Les mêmes gens pour lesquels on souffre sont les mêmes, qui critiquent l'Agent. Les accusations et la suspicion peuvent être monnaie courante' En tout état de cause rien ne peut être fait sans amour.'
Is this meaning something like that accusations and suspicion are part of the job for a development worker?
Can anyone help me out? Thanks in advance. :-)