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Scientific Bulletin of Namangan State University

Abstract

The article is about the history of formation of Uzbek military terminology, the problems of its translation and the process of regulating and unification of the military terminology. Therefore, proficient translation in this field has always been quite important. The military translator has to not only keep up with the pace of time and changes, but also know well the military sphere as well.

First Page

294

Last Page

296

References

1. Ya.Shermuhammedov, A.Umarov “Russian-Uzbek dictionary of military terms”. Tashkent – 1981, p 1-20 2. Sh.Dolimov “The short explanatory dictionary of military terms”, Tashkent, 2007, p 6. 3. Chebotareva Victoria Vladimirovna “The English military terminology in the linguistic and sociocultural aspects”, p 19. 4. https://studbooks.net/voennye_terminy_sfera_funktsionirovaniya 5. Williams, J; A. Chesterman (2002). The Map: A Beginner's Guide to Doing Research in Translation Studies. Manchester: Saint Jerome Publishing. pp. 12–13. 6. Horguelin, Paul A. (1966). "La Traduction Technique". Meta: Translators' Journal. 11 (1): 18. doi:10.7202/003113ar – via Érudit. 7. Sh.Dolimov “The short explanatory dictionary of military terms”, Tashkent, 2007, p 6.

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