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Ababakirova Marjona Sherzodbek qizi


This paper explores the sophisticated mental mechanisms that underpin the difficult translation task. It explores how translators use cognitive mechanisms to negotiate linguistic variation, make conclusions, and generate accurate and fluent translations, drawing on findings from neurolinguistics, psycholinguistics, and cognitive psychology. This paper clarifies the cognitive complexities associated with translating tasks from a multidisciplinary lens.

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Ababakirova Marjona Sherzodbek qizi. (2024). COGNITIVE PROCESS IN TRANSLATION. Galaxy International Interdisciplinary Research Journal, 12(3), 359–362. Retrieved from


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