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fried, past participle; fried, past tense; fries, 3rd person singular present; frying, present participle;
  1. Cook (food) in hot fat or oil, typically in a shallow pan

  2. (of food) Be cooked in such a way
    • - put half a dozen steaks to fry in a pan
  3. (of a person) Burn or overheat
    • - with the sea and sun and wind you'll fry if you don't take care
  4. Execute or be executed by electrocution


  1. french fries: strips of potato fried in deep fat
  2. Offal is a culinary term used to refer to the entrails and internal organs of a butchered animal. The word does not refer to a particular list of organs, but includes most internal organs other than muscles or bones. ...
  3. Jakob Friedrich Fries (23 August 1773 – 10 August 1843) was a German philosopher from Barby.
  4. Fries as surname refer to: * Fries, originally meant an ethnic minority in the Netherlands, see Frisians and Friesland
  5. Fast Rope Insertion / Extraction system, which uses 45mm / 1.77" polyester rope with a tensile strength of 35,000# at 60-120' length, having an I-beam attachment on standing end for hooking the helicopter and six bridle attachments on the trailing end for STABO-vest hookups, and used by sliding ...
  6. on top of deep-fried frog legs : Indeed an weird American food. But if you can digest the visual ... you!). •     Deep fried donut hamburgers : When you have no worries about fat or junk piling on your system, this strangest American food with slices of cheese sandwiched between donuts instead ...
  7. This is the only food that players can jump on without hindrance. However, running into it will serve as a bumper and bounce back the player.
  8. Or "French fries," this is what we refer to what the rest of the English-speaking world calls chips.
  9. A fast food delight wherein billions of dollars have been spent in an attempt to remove potato from the inside of a batter
  10. fast‑rope insertion and extraction system
  11. Compression of morbidity