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Subject: Re: ～てるやつ
Date: Mon, 10 Nov 2008 20:02:17 GMT
> I was reading and came across the following: "めがねをかけてるやつ."
> I understand that the statement means basically to wear glasses, but the ～てるやつ ending confused me. I'm not sure what meaning it adds, or if it's just conversational--the statement is part of a dialogue.
> If anyone could shed some light on this I'd appreciate it.
> Thanks in advance.
"The loser who is wearing (the/her/his/my) glasses."
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