This article attempts to prove that there is a dynamic relationship between the meaning of a word and the context. The meaning of the word itself creates a context. In DVM the most marked meaning of a word is identified by socio-cultural factors. The most marked value of linguistic units has a psychological reality not only for the listener, but also for the speaker. When expressing intentions the speaker chooses words that are the most marked to express his intention.
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Huseynova, Elmira Abdulla
"WORD, MEANING AND CONTEXT,"
Scientific reports of Bukhara State University: Vol. 3
, Article 6.
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