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After a guy having watched his friend poorly jump to the ground, he said the following sentence.

けっ へたっくそめ パラシュートってのはだな ええい どいとれっ。

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  1. Is there any meaning for the word 「けっ」 at the beginning of the sentence?

  2. Is the particle 「め」 just used for emphasizing the word 「くそ」?

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To simplify a little,

「どいとれっ」 in Western Japan

「どいてろっ」 in Eastern Japan

「どいていろ」 in the dictionary form

「退{ど}く」 means "to move out of the way", "to step aside", "to get out", etc.

「どいとれっ」, therefore, means "Step aside (and stay there)!" because it contains 「いる/いろ」 in it.

1) Is there any meaning for the word 「けっ」at the beginning of the sentence?

A little bit, yes. It is an intejection of contempt.

2) Is the particle 「め」 just used for emphasizing the word 「くそ」?

Yes, but the word here is 「へたっくそ」 and not 「くそ」.

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