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Translation of "frog" - English-Spanish dictionary

frog

noun   /frɒɡ/
B1 a small, green animal with long back legs for jumping, that lives in or near water rana
have a frog in your throat
to have difficulty in speaking because your throat feels dry and you want to cough tener carraspera
(Definition of frog from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

frog

noun /froɡ/
a small jumping animal, without a tail, that lives on land and in water rana I could hear the frogs croaking in the pond.
frogman noun ( plural frogmen)
an underwater swimmer who uses breathing apparatus and flippers. hombre rana
(Definition of frog from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “frog”
in Korean 개구리…
in Arabic ضِفدَع…
in Malaysian katak…
in French grenouille…
in Russian лягушка…
in Chinese (Traditional) 蛙,青蛙…
in Italian rana…
in Turkish kurbağa…
in Polish żaba…
in Vietnamese con ếch…
in Portuguese rã, perereca…
in Thai กบ…
in German der Frosch…
in Catalan granota…
in Japanese カエル…
in Chinese (Simplified) 蛙,青蛙…
in Indonesian kodok…
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