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toadnoun [C]

uk   /təʊd/  us   /toʊd/

toad noun [C] (ANIMAL)

a small, brownish-green animal, similar to a frog, that has big eyes and long back legs for swimming and jumping: Toads have drier, lumpier skins than frogs and spend less time in the water.

toad noun [C] (MAN)

informal an extremely unpleasant man, especially one who is not very physically attractive: [as form of address] You lying toad!
Translations of “toad”
in Arabic عَلْجوم (ضِفْدَع طين)…
in Korean 두꺼비…
in Malaysian kodok…
in French crapaud…
in Turkish kara kurbağası…
in Italian rospo…
in Chinese (Traditional) 動物, 蟾蜍,癩蛤蟆…
in Russian жаба…
in Polish ropucha…
in Vietnamese con cóc…
in Spanish sapo…
in Portuguese sapo…
in Thai คางคก…
in German die Kröte…
in Catalan gripau…
in Japanese ヒキガエル…
in Indonesian katak…
in Chinese (Simplified) 动物, 蟾蜍,癞蛤蟆…
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