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Abstract

Phraseological units can be classified according to their various signs from the point of view of modern linguistics. Phraseological units are divided into categories according to their etymological, structural-semantic, and motivational meaning, according to which word group they are expressed in linguistic works. The fund of Uzbek phraseology is filled with national and adopted, terminological and non-terminological units as phraseology in English.

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valuable heritage phraseological units thematic vivid expression emotional signs stylistically neutral arbitrary word

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qizi, D.S.B. and qizi, J.D.A. 2023. The Concept and Classification of Phraseology in English Language. International Journal on Integrated Education. 6, 1 (Jan. 2023), 123-126.

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