to fry: to cook in oil; to become very hot verb
In technical jargon, "fried" is used to say a piece of equipment is completely "melted" and "broken":
Why don't you fry up some of those nice sausages for dinner? They only take about ten minutes to cook in a little oil.
(I love) fries!: (I love) fried strips of potato! noun
  • "It says that we had two steaks and fries when in fact we had one steak and fries, and one plate of mashed potatoes."
  • "Waitress : Here you are gentlemen, one rare steak with fries for you, and a plate of mashed potatoes for you."
  • "The fan is probably destroyed, and as a result your motherboard is totally fried."
  • "Two rare steaks, one with fries, one with mash."
  • "The "Double Decker Bacon Double Triple Cheeseburger" with fries."
  • "Edward : No, I wanted mashed potatoes instead of the steak and fries."
  • "One steak with fries and a plate of mashed potatoes coming right up!"
  • "They've charged us for two steaks and fries!"
  • "Waitress : Ok, two steaks... with fries?"

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