Universal Dependencies

The direct object of a verb is the noun phrase that denotes the entity acted upon. direct objects typically take either nominative (unmarked), or accusative cases. An object can also be in ablative case if only part of it is affected by the predeicate (see below for an example). We do not mark arguments of verbs in other cases with obj, the obl relation is used for any “non-core” arguments and adjuncts.

Vositasiz to‘ldiruvchi Vositasiz Toʻldiruvchi tushum kelishigidagi soʻz bn ifodalanadi va harakat bevosita yoʻnaltirilgan obyektni koʻrsatadi, oʻtimli feʼl kesimga bogʻlanib, kimni? nimani? qayerni? soʻroqlariga javob beradi.

Hafta oxirlari kitob o‘qiyman \n I read (books) during weekends
obj(o’qiyman, kitob)
Kitobni o‘qidim \n I read book the book
obj(o’qidim, kitob)
Ovqat yedim \n I ate (some of))meal
obj(yedim, kitob)

Note that the above differs from, e.g., kosedan yedim “I ate from the bowl”, where relation should be obl.