Connotations of the Component "Time" in Russian, Uzbek and English Languages

Okil Latipov


The article is devoted to the disclosure of the essence of connotative meanings of the lexeme “time” as part of stable combinations of words of three different system languages in a comparative aspect. It identifies common and distinctive features of phraseological units of three unrelated languages (Russian, Uzbek, English), and also a statistical analysis of phraseological units and idioms of these languages.


Statistical Analysis, Comparative Analysis, Idiom, Aphorism, Epithet, Synonymy, Antonymy, Connotation, Cliché Units, Idiom.

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