Economic relations in the terminological system


  • Irmatov Ikhtiyor Rizakulovich Associate Professor of Uzbek Linguistics, Doctor of Philosophy in Philology (PhD), Gulistan State University, Guliston, Uzbekistan


equonym, equonymous relationship, hypero-hyponymic relationship, hyperonym, hyponym, term


The purpose of the study is to study the peculiarities of terminology based on the analysis of economic relations in the dictionaries of Uzbek linguistics. In order to achieve the purpose of the research, the following tasks are identified: analysis of the literature on the relationship between terms and equonyms, a critical approach to existing theories; highlighting the relationship between terms and equonyms; coverage of equonyms and equonymic relations in Uzbek linguistic terminology. The following methods of scientific analysis were used in the research: linguistic description, system, statistical, contextual analysis methods. The method of linguistic analysis was used in the analysis of the scientific literature on the research topic. The system analysis method was used to illuminate the relationship. Statistical analysis has been widely used in the study of the place of linguistic terms in the Uzbek dictionaries. The results of the research allowed to develop the following scientific and practical conclusions and recommendations: analysis of terms and equonymic relations, helps to organize the terms and interpret the meanings and include them in the general dictionary. In particular, in Uzbek linguistics, issues such as the relationship between equonyms and terms, the peculiarities of linguistic terms are relevant.


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Rizakulovich, I. I. (2021). Economic relations in the terminological system. Linguistics and Culture Review, 5(S1), 1623-1631.



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