Meaning of “frog” in the English Dictionary

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"frog" in British English

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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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  • Are there any species of frog indigenous to the area?
  • The witch put a magic spell on the prince and turned him into a frog.
  • We had to dissect a worm and a frog in our biology practical today.
  • The frogs haven't spawned yet.
  • The pond was alive with frogs.

Frognoun [ C ]

uk /frɒɡ/ us /frɑːɡ/ UK informal offensive

an insulting word for a French person

(Definition of “frog” from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"frog" in American English

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frognoun [ C ]

us /frɔɡ, frɑɡ/

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, and has no tail

(Definition of “frog” from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)