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fried

adjective uk   us   /fraɪd/
A2 cooked in hot oil or fat: a fried egg fried onions
Translations of “fried”
in Korean 기름에 튀긴…
in Arabic مَقْلي…
in Portuguese frito…
in Catalan fregit…
in Japanese (油で)揚げた, (油で)いためた…
in Italian fritto…
in Chinese (Traditional) 油炸的, 油煎的, 油炒的…
in Russian жареный…
in Turkish kızarmış, kızartılmış…
in Chinese (Simplified) 油炸的, 油煎的, 油炒的…
in Polish smażony…
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