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てやがる
teyagaru
JLPT N2 Author: mt69298
Meaning
Verb suffix emphasizing a disliking of the action taken. To describe someone is doing something which is annoying to the speaker.
What have you done?!
自分にとって嫌なことや、して欲しくないことを相手がしてきた時に使う。主に男性が使う言葉で、きれいな言葉ではない。
Phrases
What the hell were you thinking about?
#7103 Author: mt69298

He's damn well spilt it.
#7104 Author: mt69298

They bloody left without me!
#7105 Author: mt69298

Answer me, boy! What are you doing?!
#8770 Author: jathonwade

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