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fried

 (frīd)
v.
Past tense and past participle of fry1.
adj. Slang
1. Drunk or intoxicated.
2. Tired out; exhausted.

fried

(fraɪd)
vb
the past tense and past participle of fry1

fried

(fraɪd)

adj.
1. cooked by frying.
2. Slang. intoxicated.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.fried - cooked by frying in fat
cooked - having been prepared for eating by the application of heat
Translations
smažený
stegt
paistettu
pržen
油で揚げた
튀긴
ocvrt
stekt
ซึ่งทอดในน้ำมัน
rán

fried

[fraɪd]
A. ADJ (Culin) → frito
B. CPD fried egg Nhuevo m frito
fried fish Npescado m frito

fried

[ˈfraɪd]
pt
pp of fry
adjfrit(e)
fried vegetables → des légumes frits
a fried egg → un œuf sur le plat

fried

pret, ptp of fry2
adj food, bread, ricegebraten; fried eggSpiegelei nt; fried potatoesBratkartoffeln pl; fried fishBratfisch m

fried

[fraɪd]
1. pt, pp of fry
2. adj (Culin) → fritto/a
fried egg → uovo fritto or al tegamino

fried

مَقْلِيّ smažený stegt gebraten τηγανητός frito paistettu frit pržen fritto 油で揚げた 튀긴 gebakken stekt smażony frito жареный stekt ซึ่งทอดในน้ำมัน kızarmış rán 油炸的

fried

(pret & pp de fry) adj frito
References in classic literature ?
Hot mutton chops, fried chicken, omelettes, fried potatoes and coffee-- all excellent.
The frying-pan was invented by Calvin, and by him used in cooking span-long infants that had died without baptism; and observing one day the horrible torment of a tramp who had incautiously pulled a fried babe from the waste-dump and devoured it, it occurred to the great divine to rob death of its terrors by introducing the frying-pan into every household in Geneva.
He awoke at last, drowsy and lazy, and casting his eyes about in every direction, observed, "There comes, if I don't mistake, from the quarter of that arcade a steam and a smell a great deal more like fried rashers than galingale or thyme; a wedding that begins with smells like that, by my faith, ought to be plentiful and unstinting."
There was a wall made of cheeses arranged like open brick-work, and two cauldrons full of oil, bigger than those of a dyer's shop, served for cooking fritters, which when fried were taken out with two mighty shovels, and plunged into another cauldron of prepared honey that stood close by.
Fried potatoes with onions like mother used to make.
The first speaker thought the best policy would be to offer a fried jackass to the gods.
Here were old friends aboard, who fried my black bass in olive oil.
Warmed-over flapjacks, warmed-over beans, fried bacon, and coffee composed the breakfast.
That night, a little before dawn, Dan and Harvey, who had been sleeping most of the day, tumbled out to "hook" fried pies.
The crew were thus kept lively till they recovered their spirits; and Harvey was tickled with a rope's end by Long Jack for being, as the Galway man said, "sorrowful as a sick cat over fwhat couldn't be helped." He did a great deal of thinking in those dreary days; and told Dan what he thought, and Dan agreed with him - even to the extent of asking for fried pies instead of hooking them.
Vacuum fried chips showed a higher rate of increase in breaking force at lower frying times.
The volatile products such as aldehydes are lost during the frying process; the non volatile fraction remains in the frying medium and is absorbed by the fried food.