adjoin in Uzbek

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Do you know adjoin in Uzbek? How to use adjoin in Uzbek and how to say adjoin in Uzbek? How to write adjoin in Uzbek? Now let's learn how to say adjoin in Uzbek language.

adjoin translate to Uzbek meanings: yondashmoq.
In other words, yondashmoq in Uzbek is adjoin in English.
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How to use adjoin in Uzbek?

Meaning of adjoin in Uzbek language is: yondashmoq.

Other words in Uzbek

  • adjoin: yondashmoq.
  • adjoined: tutash.
  • adjoining: qo'shni.
  • adjoins: bog`liqdir.
  • Additional definition and meaning of adjoin in Uzbek language

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    How to say adjoin in Uzbek?

    yondashmoq. This is your most common way to say adjoin in yondashmoq language. Click audio icon to pronounce adjoin in Uzbek::

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    How to write adjoin in Uzbek?

    The standard way to write "adjoin" in Uzbek is: yondashmoq

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    About Uzbek language

    See more about Uzbek language in here.

    Uzbek is a Turkic language that is the first official and only declared national language of Uzbekistan. The language of Uzbeks is spoken by some 27 million native speakers in Uzbekistan, 3–4 million in Afghanistan and around 5 million in Central Asia, making it the second-most widely spoken Turkic language after Turkish.
    Uzbek belongs to the Eastern Turkic or Karluk branch of the Turkic language family. External influences include Arabic, Persian and Russian. One of the most noticeable distinctions of Uzbek from other Turkic languages is the rounding of the vowel /ɑ/ to /ɔ/, a feature that was influenced by Persian. Unlike other Turkic languages, vowel harmony is completely lost in Standard Uzbek, though it is (albeit somewhat less strictly) still observed in its dialects, as with its sister Karluk language Uyghur..

    Writing system in Uzbek

    Latin, Cyrillic, Perso-Arabic, Uzbek Braille (Uzbek alphabets)

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    Uzbek Speaking Countries and Territories: Uzbekistan, Afghanistan, Tajikistan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Turkmenistan, Russia, China.

    Uzbek speaking countries and territories

    Uzbek native speakers

    Uzbek native speakers: 34 million (2021).

    Uzbek language code

    Uzbek language code is: uz.

    Conclusion on adjoin in Uzbek

    Now that you have learned and understood the common ways of saying adjoin in Uzbek is "yondashmoq", it's time to learn how to say adjoin in Uzbek. This will hopefully give you a little motivation to study Uzbek today.

    yondashmoq in Uzbek meanings adjoin in English.

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