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  1. fried

    • IPA[frīd]

    美式

    • v.
      past and past participle of fry
    • adj.
      (of food) cooked in hot fat or oil;exhausted or worn out
    • 釋義
    • 相關詞

    動詞

    • 1. past and past participle of fry

    形容詞

    • 1. (of food) cooked in hot fat or oil a breakfast of fried eggs and bacon
    • 2. North American informal exhausted or worn out I had just come from doing a shoot and I was really fried
    • intoxicated with drugs or alcohol Ronnie broke out a bottle of Scotch—we all got pretty fried
    • v.
      cook (food) in hot fat or oil, typically in a shallow pan: she fried a rasher of bacon, a sausage and a slice of bread I fried up some sardines
    • n.
      French fries; chips.

    Oxford Dictionary

    • v.
      cook (food) in hot fat or oil, typically in a shallow pan: she fried a rasher of bacon, a sausage and a slice of bread I fried up some sardines
    • n.
      a meal of meat or other food cooked by frying.

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • plural
      young fish, especially when newly hatched.

    Oxford Dictionary

    • plural
      young fish, especially when newly hatched.

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • adj.
      (of an item of food) covered in batter, flour, or breadcrumbs and fried: country-fried steak

    Oxford Dictionary

    • adj.
      (of an item of food) covered in batter, flour, or breadcrumbs and fried: country-fried steak

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • adj.
      (of meat, fish, or vegetables) cooked by frying rapidly over a high heat while stirring briskly: stir-fried beef in oyster sauce

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • adj.
      (of meat, fish, or vegetables) cooked by frying rapidly over a high heat while stirring briskly: stir-fried beef in oyster sauce

    Oxford Dictionary

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    • IPA[frʌɪd]

    英式

    • v.
      past and past participle of fry
    • adj.
      (of food) cooked in hot fat or oil: a breakfast of fried eggs and bacon

    Oxford Dictionary