frog noun Meaning, definition in Cambridge English Dictionary
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frognoun [C]

uk   /frɒɡ/  us   /frɑːɡ/
B1 a small animal that has smooth skin, lives in water and on land, has long powerful back legs with which it jumps from place to place, has no tail, and is usually greenish-brown in colour: Frogs make a low noise called a croak.
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in Arabic ضِفدَع…
in Korean 개구리…
in Malaysian katak…
in French grenouille…
in Turkish kurbağa…
in Italian rana…
in Chinese (Traditional) 蛙,青蛙…
in Russian лягушка…
in Polish żaba…
in Vietnamese con ếch…
in Spanish rana…
in Portuguese rã, perereca…
in Thai กบ…
in German der Frosch…
in Catalan granota…
in Japanese カエル…
in Indonesian kodok…
in Chinese (Simplified) 蛙,青蛙…
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