ASSOCIATIVE LINES OF DEATH-RELATED EUPHEMISMS IN CHINESE AND UZBEK
Keywords:associative lines, linguoculture, metamorphosis, recreation, home and household, travel
In this article, it is analyzed that according to the concept of associations in Chinese and Uzbek linguistics, a single event or a single object does not exist spontaneously, independently, they are related to other events and objects, all things exist as a whole or structure. Euphemisms in Chinese and Uzbek linguocultures also have a number of semantic features, and it has been found that associative groups form a single "net." In the analysis of death-related euphemisms in Chinese and Uzbek, associative lines such as “death-rest”, “death-journey”, “death-home” and “death-metamorphosis” were compared.