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deep-fry
American English: /ˈdip ˈˌfraɪ/

Translation of deep-fry in Spanish:

transitive verb -fries, -frying, -fried

  • (en abundante aceite)
    Example sentences
    • When cooking deep-fried food, dry it before you put it in the hot oil.
    • Fritters are generally eaten immediately after cooking, as, like all deep-fried foods, they taste best hot and fresh.
    • Melons should not be eaten with heavy foods like cheese, deep-fried foods or the heavier grains.

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