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Central Asian Problems of Modern Science and Education

Article Title

UZBEK COMPERATIVE ANALYSIS OF HYPONYMY IN ENGLISH GRADUONYMIC PHRASEMES

Abstract

The article examines the semantic meaning of the hyponymy in English phrasemes comparing with Uzbek ones in graduonymic levels. With the help of various examples, the advantages and various methods of using phrases are explained

First Page

617

Last Page

625

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