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Phraseologization as Cognitive Process.

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The evolution of phraseological meaning (phraseologization of free phrase combinations) has been studied in detail using a variety of materials. The results of these studies can be seen in various phraseological dictionaries and reference books in different languages. The direction of research of phraseological combinations in the cognitive channel involves the study of the processes occurring in them and the allocation of mechanisms for correlating linguistic and cognitive structures in phraseology


non-derivative (D1)
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Saidova Zulfizar Khudoyberdievna. (2021). Phraseologization as Cognitive Process. International Journal of Culture and Modernity, 1, 22–26. Retrieved from https://ijcm.academicjournal.io/index.php/ijcm/article/view/4
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    10 April 2021
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    10 April 2021
  • Published
    10 April 2021