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Verb: fry  frI
  1. Cook in hot fat or oil
    "fry the pancakes"
  2. [informal] Be excessively hot
    "If the children stay out on the beach for another hour, they'll be fried"
  3. [informal] Kill by electrocution, as in the electric chair
    "The serial killer was fried";
    - electrocute
Noun: fry  frI
  1. A fish that is young
    - young fish
  2. A dish that is fried or an event where fried food is served
  3. [archaic] A young person of either sex
    "she writes books for fries";
    - child, kid [informal], youngster, minor, shaver [informal], nipper [informal], small fry [informal], tiddler [Brit, informal], tike [informal], tyke [informal], nestling [informal], wean [UK, Ireland, dialect], kiddy [informal], kiddie [informal]
Noun: Fry
  1. English painter and art critic (1866-1934)
    - Roger Fry, Roger Eliot Fry
  2. English dramatist noted for his comic verse dramas (1907-2005)
    - Christopher Fry

Derived forms: fries, frying, Fries, fried

Type of: art critic, cook, dramatist, fish, heat, heat up, hot up [Brit, informal], juvenile, juvenile person, kill, offspring, painter, playwright, young

Part of: Bloomsbury Group

Encyclopedia: Fry, Michael