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fry

verb /frai/ ( past tense, past participle fried)
to cook in hot oil or fat
freír
Shall I fry the eggs or boil them?
fried adjective cooked in oil
frito
fried chicken/fish/onions.
fries noun plural long thin pieces of potato that have been cooked in hot oil
patatas fritas, papas fritas
I’d like a cheeseburger and fries, please.
frying pan noun ( (also frypanAmerican)) a shallow pan, usually with a long handle, for frying food in.
sartén
out of the frying pan into the fire from a difficult or dangerous situation into a worse one
de Guatemala a Guatepeor
His first marriage was unhappy, but his second was even more unhappy – it was a real case of out of the frying pan into the fire.
Translations of “fry”
in Korean 기름에 튀기다…
in Arabic يَقْلي…
in French faire frire…
in Italian friggere…
in Chinese (Traditional) 油炸, 油煎, 油炒…
in Russian жарить…
in Turkish kızartmak…
in Polish smażyć…
in Portuguese fritar…
in German braten…
in Catalan fregir…
in Japanese ~を(油で)いためる, ~を(油で)揚げる…
in Chinese (Simplified) 油炸, 油煎, 油炒…
(Definition of fry from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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