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 (frôg′măn′, -mən, frŏg′-)
A swimmer provided with breathing apparatus and other equipment to execute underwater maneuvers, especially military maneuvers.
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n, pl -men
(Swimming, Water Sports & Surfing) a swimmer equipped with a rubber suit, flippers, and breathing equipment for working underwater
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(ˈfrɒgˌmæn, -mən, ˈfrɔg-)

n., pl. -men (-ˌmɛn, -mən)
a swimmer specially equipped with air tanks, wet suit, diving mask, etc., for underwater demolition, salvage, military operations, scientific exploration, and the like.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.frogman - someone who works underwaterfrogman - someone who works underwater  
deep-sea diver - a diver in the deeper parts of the sea
explorer, adventurer - someone who travels into little known regions (especially for some scientific purpose)
pearl diver, pearler - a diver who searches for molluscs containing pearls
scuba diver - an underwater diver who uses scuba gear
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ضِفْدَع بَشَري
žabí muž
froskmaîur, sundkafari
žabí muž
kurbağa adam


[ˈfrɒgmən] N (frogmen (pl)) → hombre rana m
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[ˈfrɒgmən] nhomme-grenouille mfrog-march frogmarch [ˈfrɒgmɑːrtʃ] vt
to frog-march sb out (= hustle) → faire sortir qn de force
They frog-marched the men to the police station → Ils ont emmené de force les hommes au commissariat.frogs' legs npl (as food)cuisses fpl de grenouilles
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[ˈfrɒgmən] n (-men (pl)) → sommozzatore m, uomo m rana inv
Collins Italian Dictionary 1st Edition © HarperCollins Publishers 1995


(frog) noun
a small jumping animal, without a tail, that lives on land and in water.
ˈfrogman noun
an underwater swimmer who uses breathing apparatus and flippers.
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BORIS Johnson took an earlymorning dip in the Bay of Biscay yesterday - with flipper-wearing French frogmen to protect him.
HARIPUR -- Navy frogmen and deep divers had no luck in fishing bodies of the Tarbela Lake boat capsize victims as a search operation continued for the 12th consecutive day on Sunday.
'Students are not frogmen,' he said, adding that he had received reports that UE 'always defied the orders of the city government.'
ELITE frogmen have been sent to the Persian Gulf to protect British ships from Iranian attack.
Frogmen from the Special Operations Group and a medical team have been scouring the area since around 1 p.m.
The Taiwanese military has reportedly begun accepting bids from contractors for the development of two forward operating bases and equipment upgrades for the Taiwan Army's 101st Amphibious Reconnaissance Battalion (ARB-101st), better known as the Frogmen special forces.
The charity event 'Swim with the Frogmen (Oyk) for our little heroes' was held on Saturday in Limassol's old port, at the initiative of journalist Loucas Fourlas for the support of the children's oncology centre at Makarios Hospital.
Amman, Apr.17 (Petra) - The "Eager Lion 2018" military drill continued Tuesday with a naval force exercise with the participation of Royal Naval gunboats, the Frogmen, the 77th Royal Jordanian Marine Battalion in cooperation with US Marines.
Weston, CT, April 11, 2018 --( Future Frogmen, the grassroots student-led environmental education initiative, announces the launch of their new website,
At 6.30am on September 29, 1944, a group of German frogmen were fixing charges underwater to the main supports of the bridge at Nijmegen, in the Netherlands.
Originally known as frogmen, they were the ancestors of the US Navy Sea, Air, Land teams--the SEALs.