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Grammar detail: あげく

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JLPT:
あげく - in the end; finally
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verb plain past
or
noun + の
+
あげく(に)
means
in the end ~; finally ~
あげく can be written with kanji in various ways, including , but kana is more common today.
かれ
ふうふげんか
夫婦喧嘩
かえ
した
あげくとうとう
りこん
離婚
した

After many fights, in the end they divorced.
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See also:
  • た結果 - as a result of, after, upon

Kanji used in this grammar

キョ   あがる to rise up   あげる to give; to arrest; to quote   
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ク    verse, phrase   
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ヨウ   あげる to raise, hoist   あがる to be raised up   
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ヒ   かれ he   
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フ   フウ   おっと husband   
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フ    wife, woman   
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ケン    boisterous, noisy   
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カ    noisy   
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to wind, reel, spin   
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ヘン   かえ to return, to come back   かえ to return (something)   
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リ   はなれる to be separated, detached   はな to separate, to detach   
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コン    marriage   
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