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STRUCTURAL PATTERNS OF THREE-COMPONENT ENGLISH ECONOMICTERMINOLOGICAL COLLOCATIONS (BASED ON BOOK “THE BUSINESS ETHICS” BY WILLIAM H. SHAW)

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Introduction. The development of economics, as a science, leads to an increase in terminological words with a significant number of new concepts. Terminological lexicon includes words and collocations used for accurate and consistent definition of concepts that are specific to economics.

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Ishchuk, N. ., & Oryshko, D. . (2023). STRUCTURAL PATTERNS OF THREE-COMPONENT ENGLISH ECONOMICTERMINOLOGICAL COLLOCATIONS (BASED ON BOOK “THE BUSINESS ETHICS” BY WILLIAM H. SHAW). Collection of Scientific Papers «SCIENTIA», (January 20, 2023; Amsterdam, Netherlands), 166–167. Retrieved from https://previous.scientia.report/index.php/archive/article/view/678
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