Bulletin of the G. Tsadasa Institute of Language, Literature and Art. Issue 29 (2022)
SIMILARITIES AND DIFFERENCES IN THE ANTHROPOCENTRIC ORGANIZATION OF SOMAT-IC PHRASEOLOGICAL UNITS OF THE CHECHEN AND RUSSIAN LANGUAGES
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The article examines the phraseological units of the Chechen and the Russian languages, which are anthro-pocentric in nature and represent the somatic code of culture.
In genetically and typologically different languages (Russian and Chechen) idioms with somatism as a refer-ence word were found, coinciding in meaning and in functional load, but differing in lexical composition and grammatical structure, as well as phraseological entities that completely coincide as lexical composition, and the meaning and grammatical structure.
the Chechen language, the Russian language, phraseological units, somatism, anthropocentrism.
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