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Definition of fried in English:

verb

past and past participle of fry1.

adjective

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1(Of food) cooked in hot fat or oil: a breakfast of fried eggs and bacon
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  • Stay away from fatty foods, fried foods and any junk foods during this time.
  • Spicy Thailand fare was spread on the table with steamy sesame rice, hotspurs and fried beef in oyster sauce.
  • If you want a taste of what the authentic northern dishes are like, try baked bean curd with shrimp roe or the fried vegetables with egg.
2 [predicative] North American informal Exhausted or worn out: I had just come from doing a shoot and I was really fried
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  • Who has not felt frazzled, fried, and finished at some point during his or her career?
2.1Under the influence of alcohol or drugs: Ronnie broke out a bottle of Scotch—we all got pretty fried
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  • I went from high school quarterback to fried LSD guy in two years or whatever.

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