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frog1 British & World English

A tailless amphibian with a short squat body, moist smooth skin, and very long hind legs for leaping

frog2 British & World English

A thing used to hold or fasten something, in particular:

frog3 British & World English

An elastic horny pad growing in the sole of a horse’s hoof, helping to absorb the shock when the hoof hits the ground

frog kick British & World English

A movement used in swimming, especially in breaststroke, in which the legs are brought towards the body with the knees bent and the feet together and then kicked outwards before being brought together again, all in one continuous movement

tree frog British & World English

An arboreal frog that has long toes with adhesive disks and is typically small and brightly coloured

clawed frog British & World English

A frog with a flattened body and claws on the hind toes

edible frog British & World English

A large green aquatic frog of mainland Europe, popular as food in some regions

frog orchid British & World English

A small orchid with inconspicuous green flowers, growing chiefly on calcareous grassland in north temperate regions

flying frog British & World English

A nocturnal arboreal Asian frog which is able to glide between trees using the large webs between its extended toes

marsh frog British & World English

A large, gregarious European frog with warty skin and a loud laughing call

frog's-bit British & World English

A floating freshwater plant with creeping stems that bear clusters of small rounded leaves

goliath frog British & World English

A giant frog of West Central Africa

leopard frog British & World English

A common greenish-brown North American frog which has dark leopard-like spots with a pale border

poison arrow frog British & World English

A small, slender tropical American frog which is typically brightly coloured. The skin of these frogs secretes a virulent poison, formerly used by American Indians to coat their arrows

have a frog in one's throat British & World English

Lose one’s voice or find it hard to speak because of hoarseness

leapfrog British & World English

A game in which players in turn vault with parted legs over others who are bending down

frogmarch British & World English

Force (someone) to walk forward by holding and pinning their arms from behind

have a frog in one's throat in frog1 British & World English

Lose one’s voice or find it hard to speak because of hoarseness

green tree frog in tree frog British & World English

An arboreal frog that has long toes with adhesive disks and is typically small and brightly coloured

European common frog in frog1 British & World English

A tailless amphibian with a short squat body, moist smooth skin, and very long hind legs for leaping

frog English Thesaurus

tadpole

frog English-Spanish

rana feminine

she turned him into a frog with her magic wand in turn English-Spanish

lo convirtió en un sapo con su varita mágica