Definition of fry-up in English:

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Pronunciation: /ˈfrī ˌəp/


British informal
A dish of various types of fried food.
Example sentences
  • Elaborate dishes are not their style, certainly not in the kitchen where their approach favours speedy fry-ups and fast salads.
  • It used to be that you'd start the day with a fry-up, then a bacon sarnie when you got to the ground and a pie and chips for lunch.
  • It's handy because it is just across the road from my house in Primrose Hill and they do a great fry-up with nice Polish sausages.

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Syllabification: fry-up

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