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「って、いい加減にしろー!」 「ありゃ、怒られちった」

What ~ちった means in this sentence ? Only translation i found is ちる (+ past form), but in this case phrase has no sense for me. Is it some casual suffix or what ?

Thanks for your answers!

P.S. solved, ~ちった is contraction for ~てしまった (accidentally/finish completely, past)

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  • Are you sure it's ちった and not ちゃった? – user3856370 Jan 10 at 20:29
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To me this looks like a further shortening of 〜ちまった, itself a contraction of 〜てしまった. I.e. the second sentence is something like “Oops, (she’s) mad now” (lit. “I’ve got her angry”).

EDIT it seems it’s used this way in Northern Tohoku according to this Asahi article

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