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Is 'うつさい' equivalent to 'うるさい' in this context? Why?

I can't find 'うつさい' in the dictionary and Google translate, so I tried inputting the Chinese version of the text(i.e '吵') into Google translate and it told me that it was 'うるさい`

Fri Feb 23 16:47:41 CST 2018 update{ Thank you all,Google search for 'うっさい' is working. }

The whole context : https://www.pixiv.net/member_illust.php?mode=manga&illust_id=66989588 enter image description here

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    It's うっさい, not うつさい. – Chocolate Feb 23 '18 at 8:19
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It's 'うっさい' in this context and it's a colloquial style of 'うるさい'.

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    Addendum: [う]{u}[っ]{s}[さ]{sa}[い]{i} is a colloquial contraction of [う]{u}[る]{ru}[さ]{sa}[い]{i}, where the ru gets "squished" into the following syllable. This is similar to the contraction of [分]{wa}[か]{ka}[ら]{ra}[な]{na}[い]{i} into [分]{wa}[か]{ka}[ん]{n}[な]{na}[い]{i}, where the ra gets squished. – Eiríkr Útlendi Feb 23 '18 at 19:22

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