Synonyms and antonyms of a frog in one's throat in the English dictionary of synonyms
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Dancing with Idioms 2:
a frog in one's throat I'm not playing the goat I've a frog in my throat I've a little
cough I sound like a squeaky frog Meaning 1. 'Have a frog in one's throat' means
having difficulty in speaking because your throat feels dry and you want to cough.
WP Phan, 2013
Speech Errors as Linguistic Evidence
In part, this typical situation can be compared to that which pertains when one
first learns of a frog in a railroad track, having previously known only of a frog in a
swamp or of a frog in one'S throat. In either case, the phonemic shape is familiar
Victoria A. Fromkin, 1984
A Dictionary of Confusable Phrases: More Than 10,000 Idioms ...
... a lead of something (have a lead in something) have a light hand (have a
heavy hand) have a lot of bottle (have a bottle) have a lump in one's throat (have
a frog in one's throat) have a mind (have a head) have a mind to do something (
Yuri Dolgopolov, 2010
Fun With Idioms
HAVE A FROG IN ONE'S THROAT To have a frog in one's throat shouldn't cause
alarm, for it happens to all of us at one time or another. It happens when our
ability to speak clearly is interrupted, usually temporarily, by mucus in our throats.
John Smithback, 2005
Street Speak Two
have a frog in one's throat (to) exp. to have a raspy throat. HEEHI3B Al always
sounds like he has a frog in his thoat. but that's just the way his voice is.
EgSnflHZEB Al always sounds like he has something in this throat that's making
his voice ...
David Burke, 2000
English/German Dictionary of Idioms: Supplement to the ...
... just swallowed a frog Frosch: aussehen/ein Gesicht machen/..., als hätte man
einen Frosch verschluckt/hast du/hat er/... einen Frosch verschluckt? to have afrog in one's throat Knödel: einen Knödel im Hals/in der Kehle haben to speak/...
Professor Hans Schemann, 2013
The Wordsworth Dictionary of Idioms
cut one's own throat to act in a way which damages oneself: / think you'll be
cutting jour own throat if you refuse to take that job. have a frog in one's throat see
frog. jump down (someone's) throat (inf) to attack (someone) verbally in a violent
Elizabeth McLaren Kirkpatrick, C. M. Schwarz, 1993
The Oxford Dictionary of Phrase and Fable
... he turns into his real shape, that of a handsome prince, who is now her lover
and husband; the usual version is that it is when she kisses him that the
enchantment is broken and he is restored. have a frog in one's throat lose one's
Elizabeth Knowles, 2006
Multi-Functional English-Chinese Dictionary
Jane Sun. pennies from heaven the whole day/te^HJi^NtfJ. jj|MM# □ S^*f^±j$^^o
ta bu guo shl ge you zhi de meng xiang zhe, zheng tian meng xiang tian shang
diao rou bao zi. Phrase: have a frog in one's throat H^lHiSE sang zi si ya ...
Jane Sun, 2009
Sterling Dictionary of Idioms
FROG have, etc. a frog in one's throat have a loss of or hoarseness of voice (
temporary loss) When it came to revealing the names, I had a frog in my throat.
FROM from on starting at a specified time and continuing for an indefinite period
Vijaya Kumar, 1998
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(Literal German translation: to have to take the hat). avoir un chat dans la gorge have a frog in one's throat (Literal French translation: to have a ... «Telegraph.co.uk, Jun 11»
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