Volume 20 No 12 (2022)
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Comparative aspects of metaphorical terms and their translations from English into Uzbek
Suyarova Nargiza.Yuldashevna
As in many other aspects of life the situation changed in a language policy. That requires creation of new textbooks, dictionaries, manuals. In order to fulfill this goals one must know every field of linguistics. In my opinion the theme of the work is very reality because there is not any manual which compare the lexical stylistic devices of the Uzbek and the English language.
metaphor, the rain, the bed of the river, powdered, bare, bare – branched, dead, blunt – nosed, foot, shoulder, road.
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