fry


fry
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noun (usually fries) (esp. AmE) ⇨ See also ↑chip
ADJECTIVE
French
curly
frozen
large, medium, small

two double cheeseburgers with medium fries

crispy
greasy, soggy
… OF FRIES
order
basket, plate
side

He ordered a side (= side order) of fries.

VERB + FRY
dip

Noah dipped his fries in the ketchup,

supersize

Don't supersize your fries if you want to look good on the beach.

PHRASES
and fries, with fries
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verb
ADVERB
gently, lightly
PREPOSITION
in

Fry the vegetables gently in oil.

Fry is used with these nouns as the object: ↑bacon, ↑beef, ↑chicken, ↑chip, ↑chop, ↑egg, ↑fish, ↑meat, ↑mushroom, ↑onion, ↑potato, ↑sausage, ↑steak

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