frog in my throat
- Frog in my throatIf you have a frog in your throat, you can't speak or you are losing your voice because you have a problem with your throat.
The small dictionary of idiomes. 2014.
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frog in the throat — hoarseness, huskiness (of a voice or other sounds) … English contemporary dictionary
a frog in your throat — ◇ If you have a frog in your throat, you are unable to speak normally because your throat is dry. • • • Main Entry: ↑frog a frog in your throat see ↑frog • • • Main Entry: ↑throat … Useful english dictionary
have a frog in your throat — phrase to be unable to speak clearly for a short time because your throat is dry or blocked Thesaurus: to have or develop an illness or symptomsynonym Main entry: frog * * * have, etc. a ˈfrog in your throat idiom to lose your voice or be unable… … Useful english dictionary
have a frog in your throat — have a frog in (your) throat informal to be unable to speak clearly until you give a slight cough. Excuse me, I ve got a bit of a frog in my throat … New idioms dictionary
a frog in the throat — Meaning Suffering from temporary hoarseness needing to clear the throat. Origin From the Old English frogga , meaning hoarseness … Meaning and origin of phrases
have a frog in your throat — to be unable to speak clearly for a short time because your throat is dry or blocked … English dictionary
throat — W3S3 [θrəut US θrout] n ↑artery, ↑brain, ↑fatty, ↑tissue, ↑heart, ↑kidney, ↑intestine, ↑intestine2, ↑small, ↑large, ↑liver, ↑ … Dictionary of contemporary English
frog — [frɔg US fra:g, fro:g] n [: Old English; Origin: frogga] 1.) a small green animal that lives near water and has long legs for jumping →↑toad 2.) have a frog in your throat informal to have difficulty in speaking, especially because of a sore… … Dictionary of contemporary English
frog — [ frɔg ] noun count * 1. ) a small animal with smooth skin that uses its long back legs to jump from place to place. Frogs are amphibians (=they can live in water and on land) and they develop from tadpoles. ─ compare TOAD 2. ) OFFENSIVE an… … Usage of the words and phrases in modern English
throat — noun (C) 1 the passage from the back of your mouth to the top of the tubes that go down to your lungs and stomach 2 the front of your neck: She fingered the pearls at her throat. 3 clear your throat to make a noise in your throat, especially… … Longman dictionary of contemporary English