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quack in Animals topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishquackquack1 /kwƦk/ verb [intransitive] šŸ”Š šŸ”Š CHBAto make the sound a duck makesā†’ See Verb table
Examples from the Corpus
quackā€¢ She began a frantic quacking at the moment that Cyril got his two hands around her.ā€¢ Young kids used to quack at us as we went past.ā€¢ The water is full of thrashing, quacking excitement.ā€¢ He gobbled, be quacked, grunted, swallowed syllables.ā€¢ About a dozen mallard ducks were sleeping on the sand or quacking in a subdued manner under the dock.ā€¢ Clearly, enough investors think that Donald Duck will quack on into the twenty-second century!ā€¢ One wing's shredded, one's flapping, it's quacking up a storm.