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EEO. 2021; 20(4): 2993-2997

Linguocultural features of the symbols

Sharipova Dilnoza Shavkatovna, Ibragimova Madina Karimovna, Xusenova Mehrinis O'ktamovna.

In this research paper provides linguocultural concepts correspond to the basic oppositions that determine the picture of the world. As a consequence, the most important dimensions of the concept will be the figurative, conceptual and value components. The figurative side of the concept is visual, auditory, tactile, gustatory, perceived by the sense of smell characteristics of objects, phenomena, events reflected in our memory, these are relevant signs of practical knowledge.

Key words: Linguocultural, symbols, typology, concepts.

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