Uzbek Phrases

The Uzbek phrases are helpful because they are used daily. Below we picked expressions that a new learner will find useful. We included the audio as well. This is a better way to learning. Learn only what you need. We start with greetings and introduction.

Hi: salom
What is your name?: ismingiz nima?
Nice to meet you: tanishganimdan xursandman
How are you?: yaxshimisiz?
I'm good, thanks: yaxshi, raxmat
And you?: sizchi?

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Language and Age Phrases

More questions about language and age:

Do you speak (English/Uzbek)?: siz (inglizcha/o'zbekcha)gapirasizmi?
Does she speak Chinese?: siz hitoycha gapirasizmi?
A little bit: faqat ozgina
How old are you?: yoshingiz nechida?
I'm 33 years old: mening yoshim o'ttiz uchda
It was nice talking to you: siz bilan gaplashganimdan mamnunman

If you don't understand something, this will be your secret weapon:

What do you mean?: nimani nazarda tutayapsiz?
I don't understand: men tushunmayapman
I don't know: men bilmayman
Sorry: kechirasiz
What is that called in Uzbek?: bu o'zbek tilida qanday aytiladi?
What does that word mean in English?: bu so'z ingliz tilida nima ma'noni anglatadi?

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More personal information about origins and profession:

Where are you from?: siz qaysi davlatdansiz?
I'm from the U.S: men aqshdanman
I'm American: men amerikalikman
Where do you live?: siz qaerda yashaysiz?
I live in the U.S: men aqshda yashayman
What do you do for a living?: siz nima ish bilan shug'g'ullanasiz?
I'm a student: men talabaman

Offering or asking for help and giving directions:

Can I help you?: sizga yordamim kerakmi?
Can you help me?: menga yordam bera olasizmi?
Where is the airport?: aeroport qaerda joylashgan?
Go straight: to'g'riga yuring
Then: so'ngra
Turn left: chapga buring
Turn right: o'ngga buring


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Holiday Wishes Phrases

Good wishes in Uzbek in holidays and occasions:

Happy birthday: tug'ilgan kun bilan
Happy new year: yangi yil bilan
Merry Christmas: rojdestvo bayramingiz qutlug' bo'lsin
Good luck: omad
Congratulations: tabriklaymiz

Uzbek expressions commonly used when traveling or buying:

I have a reservation: men buyurtma berganman
Do you have rooms available?: bo'sh xonangiz bormi?
I would like a non-smoking room: menga tamaki chekilmaydigan xona kerak
How much it costs per night?: bir kechalik narx qancha turadi?
Waiter: ofitsiant
How much is this?: buning narxi qancha?
What is this?: bu nima?

Survival phrases considered to be important in emergencies:

Are you okay?: tuzukmisiz?
I need a doctor: menga shifokor yordami kerak
Help: yordam
Call the ambulance: tez tibbiy yordam xizmatini chaqiring
Call the police: militsiyani chaqiring
I am sick: men kasalman

These Uzbek phrases can be used in a variety of conversations. If you have already visited our Uzbek Vocabulary and Uzbek Grammar, you might want to visit our Uzbek Flashcards to practice what you learned.

Uzbek Vocabulary

Uzbek Grammar


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Did you know? Phrases are the combination of the use of vocabulary and grammar. Mastering the vocabulary and grammar can result in the ability to make useful Uzbek phrases.