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This article explores lexemes expressing the meaning of swearing in the expression of a subjective relationship in the Uzbek language. The speaker uses vulgarisms, that is, rude, offensive words, to express his negative attitude towards the listener or another subject. In addition, as a result of fear, irritation, shock, embarrassment of the subject by some event, object, etc., he may develop hatred and anger towards the object that caused them.
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