frog and toad


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frog and toad

slang A road. The phrase comes from rhyming slang in which "frog and toad" rhymes with "road." Primarily heard in UK, Australia. She lives just down the frog and toad on the corner—you can't miss it. I think we'd better hit the frog and toad if we want to make it on time.
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