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Grammar detail: 〜くなればなったで

〜くなればなったで - become (with a sense of inevitability)
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なればなったで
means 'become' or 'happen', but with an implication that the situation described was foreseeable, and that the speaker views that perhaps with a sense of its inevitability. The ending particle で creates a joining form such that more explanation can be provided.
ぴったり
じはだ
地肌
みっちゃく
密着
している
からかつら
した
ある
じまえ
自前
まえ
より
うす
くなればなったで
もっときちんとフィットするもの
えなくちゃならない

When it comes to the time that my hair under the wig gets thinner than before, I'll just have to get a new one that's a better fit.
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See also:
  • 〜くなります/になります - become

Kanji used in this grammar

チ   ジ    ground   
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はだ skin, complexion   
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4
ミツ    secret   
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チャク   ジャク   つ to arrive   つける to attach   き to wear   きせる to make wear   
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2
カ   ゲ   した below, under   しも bottom part   もと under (influence)   さげる to lower, to reduce   さがる to be lowered   くだ to descend   くだ to judge   くださる to give   おろす to drop off (passenger)   おりる to get off (train)   
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ジ   シ   みずか self   
2
ゼン   まえ before   
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1
モウ   け fur   
4
ハク   うす thin   うすめる to dilute   うすまる to be watered down   うすれる    うすらぐ to decline, fade   
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4
タイ   かえる to replace   かわる to be replaced   
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4
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