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Adjective: fried  frId
  1. Cooked by frying in fat
    "Other booths offered deep-fried pickles";
    - deep-fried
  2. [N. Amer] Drained of energy or effectiveness; very tired
    "the day's shopping left her fried";
    - exhausted, dog-tired, fagged, fatigued, played out, spent, washed-out, worn-out, worn out, pooped [N. Amer]
  3. [N. Amer] Very drunk
    "I had travelling money and got fried in the bar downstairs";
    - besotted [archaic], blind drunk, blotto, crocked [N. Amer], cockeyed, fuddled, loaded [N. Amer], pie-eyed, pixilated, plastered, slopped, sloshed, smashed, soaked, soused, sozzled, stiff, tight, wet, wasted, bladdered [Brit], three sheets to the wind, hammered, mullered [Brit], blitzed, pickled, swacked [N. Amer], stinko, trolleyed [Brit], juiced [N. Amer], out of it [Brit], tanked up, legless [Brit], liquored up [N. Amer], stonkered [Austral, NZ], paralytic [Brit], bombed, steaming, blootered [UK, dialect], stewed, trashed, bevvied [Brit], drunk, pixillated, half-seas-over [Brit]
  4. (of electronic equipment) broken as a result of excessive heat or an electrical surge
    "looks like your motherboard is fried"
Verb: fry  frI
  1. (cooking) cook in hot fat or oil
    "fry the pancakes"
  2. Be excessively hot
    "If the children stay out on the beach for another hour, they'll be fried"
  3. Kill by electrocution, as in the electric chair
    "The serial killer was fried";
    - electrocute

See also: cooked, drunk, inebriate, inebriated, intoxicated, tired

Type of: cook, heat, heat up, hot up [Brit], kill

Encyclopedia: Fried, Paul

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