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てやがる [てやがる] (teyagaru)
    Meaning: Emphasize a disliking of the action taken.
    Example: You have some nerve coming here
    JLPT Level: 2
    Category: grammar
    Author: mt69298

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The yagaru verb suffix is used to emphasize a disliking of the action taken. It attaches to the te-form of the verb or in some cases the verb stem. 

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ex #7103   何をかんがえやがったんだ  
What the hell were you thinking about?  
ex #7104   こぼしやがった  
He's damn well spilt it.  
ex #7105   ぼくをおいて行ってやがったんだ! 
They bloody left without me!  

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