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Meaning of “croak” - Learner’s Dictionary

croak

verb     /krəʊk/
VOICE [I, T]
to talk or say something in a low, rough voice: "I don't feel well," he croaked.Ways of talking
SOUND [I]
If a bird or frog (= green jumping animal) croaks, it makes a deep, low sound.Animal (non-human) sounds
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