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どうせ兄貴とは出来が違いまさぁ

I tried to look it up but to no avail ! but i guess it means that the speaker think he is different than his brother ,right?

  • Do you mean you couldn't find a definition of 出来? Or you could, but you couldn't understand what you found? – Leebo Jun 15 at 3:55
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You should look up the meaning of 出来が違う, not 出来が違い. (違う is a godan verb, and まさぁ is a stronger and dialectal variant of ます.)

出来が違う is a set phrase that means someone is congenitally, developmentally or inherently different. This 出来 means "quality (of a product, crop, child development, etc)". For example we say 彼は頭の出来が違う to describe a natural-born genius. Your sentence means 兄貴 has been talented (for something) since he was born or young.

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