I found this line while watching an anime and can't I don't know what word to look for in the dictionary for it
What does 「他にやたら」mean in this sentence?
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Please always include as much context as you possibly can and make sure to include a source too if you can find it online. I did it for you. From 劇場版「紅伝説」
It should be parsed like this:
where やたら is an adverb meaning "very", "pretty", "darn", etc. and describing a high degree to which the following adjective applies to the modified noun. This seems to be a pretty colloquial usage because although I hear and see it pretty commonly, I can't seem to find a clear dictionary definition. デジタル大辞泉 may give us a clue: めちゃくちゃ
The sentence in question thus means:
ゆんゆん: Le, let me introduce you to some people. This is a mere newbie adventurer, a guy. And this is the archpriest, a girl. There is another darn strong girl who is not here at the moment.
Let's see some other examples:
Darn sturdy gates
When playing a game, have you ever encountered a darn strong enemy that makes you wonder if you are supposed to lose to that character but when you actually lose it's game over?