Frog significado, Frog definición | diccionario de inglés definición

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frog   [1]  
      n  
1    any insectivorous anuran amphibian of the family Ranidae, such as Rana temporaria of Europe, having a short squat tailless body with a moist smooth skin and very long hind legs specialized for hopping  
2    any of various similar amphibians of related families, such as the tree frog  
   Related adj       batrachian  
3    any spiked or perforated object used to support plant stems in a flower arrangement  
4    a recess in a brick to reduce its weight  
5    a frog in one's throat   phlegm on the vocal cords that affects one's speech  
      vb   , frogs, frogging, frogged  
6    intr   to hunt or catch frogs  
     (Old English frogga; related to Old Norse froskr, Old High German forsk)  
  froggy      adj  
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frog

  
[2]  
      n  
1    often pl   a decorative fastening of looped braid or cord, as on the front of a 19th-century military uniform  
2    a loop or other attachment on a belt to hold the scabbard of a sword, etc.  
3      (Music)      another name (esp. U.S. and Canadian) for       nut       11  
     (C18: perhaps ultimately from Latin floccus tuft of hair, flock2)  

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frog   [3]  
      n   a tough elastic horny material in the centre of the sole of a horse's foot  
     (C17: of uncertain origin)  

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frog   [4]  
      n   a grooved plate of iron or steel placed to guide train wheels over an intersection of railway lines  
     (C19: of uncertain origin; perhaps a special use of frog1)  

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nut  
      n  
1    a dry one-seeded indehiscent fruit that usually possesses a woody wall  
2    not in technical use   any similar fruit, such as the walnut, having a hard shell and an edible kernel  
3    the edible kernel of such a fruit  
4    Slang  
a    an eccentric person  
b    a person who is mentally disturbed  
5       a slang word for       head       1  
6    do one's nut     (Brit)  
slang   to be extremely angry; go into a rage  
7    off one's nut  
Slang   mad, crazy, or foolish  
8    a person or thing that presents difficulties (esp. in the phrase a tough or hard nut to crack)  
9    a small square or hexagonal block, usu. metal, with a threaded hole through the middle for screwing on the end of a bolt  
10      (Mountaineering)   a variously shaped small metal block, usually a wedge or hexagonal prism (originally an ordinary engineer's nut) with a wire or rope loop attached, for jamming into a crack to provide security,   (Also called)    chock  
11      (Also called (U.S. and Canadian))    frog            (Music)  
a    the ledge or ridge at the upper end of the fingerboard of a violin, cello, etc., over which the strings pass to the tuning pegs  
b    the end of a violin bow that is held by the player  
12      (Printing)      another word for       en  
13    a small usually gingery biscuit  
14      (Brit)   a small piece of coal  
      vb   , nuts, nutting, nutted  
15    intr   to gather nuts  
16    tr  
Slang   to butt (someone) with the head,   (See also)        nuts  
     (Old English hnutu; related to Old Norse hnot, Old High German hnuz (German Nuss))  
  nutlike      adj  


flying frog  
      n   any of several tropical frogs of the family Rhacophoridae, esp. Rhacophorus reinwardtii of Malaya, that glide between trees by means of long webbed digits  
frog   [1]  
      n  
1    any insectivorous anuran amphibian of the family Ranidae, such as Rana temporaria of Europe, having a short squat tailless body with a moist smooth skin and very long hind legs specialized for hopping  
2    any of various similar amphibians of related families, such as the tree frog  
   Related adj       batrachian  
3    any spiked or perforated object used to support plant stems in a flower arrangement  
4    a recess in a brick to reduce its weight  
5    a frog in one's throat   phlegm on the vocal cords that affects one's speech  
      vb   , frogs, frogging, frogged  
6    intr   to hunt or catch frogs  
     (Old English frogga; related to Old Norse froskr, Old High German forsk)  
  froggy      adj  
frog   [2]  
      n  
1    often pl   a decorative fastening of looped braid or cord, as on the front of a 19th-century military uniform  
2    a loop or other attachment on a belt to hold the scabbard of a sword, etc.  
3      (Music)      another name (esp. U.S. and Canadian) for       nut       11  
     (C18: perhaps ultimately from Latin floccus tuft of hair, flock2)  
frog   [3]  
      n   a tough elastic horny material in the centre of the sole of a horse's foot  
     (C17: of uncertain origin)  
frog   [4]  
      n   a grooved plate of iron or steel placed to guide train wheels over an intersection of railway lines  
     (C19: of uncertain origin; perhaps a special use of frog1)  
Frog   , Froggy  
      n   pl   , Frogs, Froggies   a derogatory word for a French person  
frog-bit  
      n   a floating aquatic Eurasian plant, Hydrocharis morsus-ranae, with heart-shaped leaves and white flowers: family Hydrocharitaceae  
frog kick  
      n   a type of kick used in swimming, as in the breast stroke, in which the legs are simultaneously drawn towards the body and bent at the knees with the feet together, straightened out with the legs apart, and then brought together again quickly  
frog orchid  
      n   any of several orchids having greenish flowers thought to resemble small frogs, esp. Coeloglossum viride of calcareous turf  
frog spit   , spittle  
      n  
1       another name for       cuckoo spit  
2    a foamy mass of threadlike green algae floating on ponds  
goliath frog  
      n   the largest living frog, Rana goliath, which occurs in the Congo region of Africa and can grow to a length of 30 centimetres  
hairy frog  
      n   a W African frog, Astylosternus robustus, the males of which have glandular hairlike processes on the flanks  
tree frog  
      n  
1    any arboreal frog of the family Hylidae, chiefly of SE Asia, Australia, and America. They are strong jumpers and have long toes ending in adhesive discs, which assist in climbing  
2    any of various other arboreal frogs of different families  

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Frog, flying frog, frog kick, frog orchid

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