Al-Quran Surah 26. Ash-Shu'araa, Ayah 19

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وَفَعَلْتَ فَعْلَتَكَ الَّتِي فَعَلْتَ وَأَنْتَ مِنَ الْكَافِرِينَ

Asad : And yet thou didst commit that [heinous] deed of thine,10 and [hast thus shown that] thou art one of the ingrate!"
Khattab :

Then you did what you did,1 being ˹utterly˺ ungrateful!”

Malik : Then you did what you did; you are so ungrateful!"
Pickthall : And thou didst that thy deed which thou didst, and thou wast one of the ingrates,
Yusuf Ali : "And thou didst a deed of thine which (thou knowest) thou didst and thou art an ungrateful (wretch)!" 3148
Transliteration : WafaAAalta faAAlataka allatee faAAalta waanta mina alkafireena
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Asad 10 Lit., "thou didst commit thy deed which thou hast commited" - a construction meant to express the speaker's utter condemnation of the deed referred to: hence, my interpolation of the word "heinous". As regards the above allusions to Moses' childhood and youth at Pharaoh's court, the manslaughter committed by him, and his flight from Egypt, see {28:4-22}.

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Yusuf Ali 3148 Further, Pharaoh reminds Moses of his having slain the Egyptian, and taunts him: "You are not only a murderer: you are an ungrateful wretch" (using kafir again in a double sense) "to have killed one of the race that brought you up!"
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 See previous footnote.