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In this paper, the phenomenon of hyponymy and graduonymy in phrases is explained with examples. They are analyzed by comparing English and Uzbek hyponymic phrases with three different levels using the method of comparison. Also, the phrases and expressions used in the Uzbek language are analyzed in a clear and simple way with the help of examples, and their comparative English appearance, which corresponds in parallel, is shown in the table from the real life today and explained how to use properly. This is because today, the harmonization of two languages with each other leads to some difficulties in the field of phraseology. Therefore, the analyzed examples show simplicity and are very helpful to the learners.

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