How do you translate this phrase in English


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    Would you be clearer about which part you don’t understand? Is it だから, って, or なんやねん? And is that V supposed to be placeholder for a verb? Do you have a concrete example to share?
    – aguijonazo
    May 20 at 0:37

なんやねん is a Kansai dialect, and the meaning in this sentence is "What is... ?"

This sentence means: "So, what is V?"

  • 日本人の方ですかな?I made some changes to your post. So English text should be quoted using "" instead of 鉤括弧(「 」)
    – Eddie Kal
    May 20 at 21:53
  • I learned something new!thank you!☺
    – TAICHI
    May 20 at 23:51

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