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~たる form of a verb [duplicate]

Context: a boy is always been a head shorter than a friend of his, and he always said: いつか、必ず抜いたるけんな which I think I can quite understand ("Someday, I'm sure I'll surpass him"), but not really, ...
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Meaning of Verb て form + やる? [duplicate]

Context: Boy challenges girl that he can guess the thing she hates. Girl accepts but jokes that he’ll never be able to guess it. They’re good friends. Boy in response to her comment, thinks in his ...
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Is the word 「やんな」positive or negative?

I found that in a website 〜やんな is a colloquial form of 〜やるな meaning 'Don't do...' However, I have seen the word in a manga with the following sentence. A: おい あかりを消してやんな。新入りさんがまぶしくてねむれんといかん。 B: じゃあ ...
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What does the word 「やったる」 mean?

Here is the sentence including the word. It is said by an old man who is cooking some food and planning to give it to a younger person who is in jail. ようし わしゃあやったるぜ I am not sure if it is a shorten ...
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The meaning of てくれん in 「アギマの領地を削り取ってくれん」

I came across this line recently and don't know how to interpret it. For context, the speaker is the commander of a foreign army and his forces have just met those of the アギマ王国 on the battlefield. He ...
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What is the たれ in 「もう一本止めたれ」?

In the sentence: "もう一本止めたれ" (spoken) Is the たれ just the "command form" of the たり grammar?
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What is the meaning of ハリ倒したらァ!

ヤキ入れて追放に決まってんだろ!ハリ倒したらァ! What is the meaning of 「ハリ倒したらァ」 here? As far as I am aware 「~らぁ」 can be a change from 「~るわ」 holding a meaning similar to 「~るよ」 as in this question: What does 「ことにならあね」 mean? ...
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Using 〜てある as a future tense?

I've been taught that 〜てある is used to express that something has been done already in preparation for something, similar to 〜ておく (with a lot of nuance that I'm going to ignore here). However, just ...
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Question about て- form verb ended with したる

It is a situation that 2 boys were going to fight. A: いくぜ やろう! B: こいっ ぶっころしたるっ I know that て- form verb followed by したる or してある indicating a completed action in preparation of something. In this ...
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Is this phrase untranslatable?

(For context, it's said by one character attacking another) The phrase is 「やってやんよ」I've read somewhere that やます can mean 'to do/go' (google says the translation is 'I'll do it' But could it be one of ...
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What てやったら in のませてやったら mean?

What てやったら in のませてやったら mean? Is it some conditional form of のませる verb? I can't find it in dicts. And how would i translate the whole sentence: おちちでも のませてやったら どーだ? All i can assume is "How do you ...
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The nuance of "やってやる"

I've seen a few topics on "~てやる" here (I do apologise in advance if this question overlaps too much with any previous answered posts), but I have a specific question regarding the phrase "やってやる". I ...
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