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Abstract

At the present time, cognitive linguistics is paying considerable attention to the problem of language units that represent distinct knowledge structures. Phraseological units, being one of the primary linguistic mechanisms of verbalizing various knowledge frameworks, should be thoroughly studied. Additionally, idiomatic phrases and proverbs are essential signals in the verbalization of cultural beliefs and national unique notions, demanding linguistic and cultural research into these units. This article discusses the scientific-theoretical aspects of the linguo-cognitive and linguocultural characteristics of phraseology in English and Uzbek languages.

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phraseology phrase phraseological combination linvoculturalology cultural relations

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Sherbekova Madina Shavkat qizi. (2024). Linguo-Cognitive and Linguo-Cultural Analysis of Phraseological Units in English and Uzbek Languages. Central Asian Journal of Literature, Philosophy and Culture, 5(1), 64-67. Retrieved from https://cajlpc.centralasianstudies.org/index.php/CAJLPC/article/view/1141

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