fry

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
{f} tavada kızartmak/kızarmak
{f} kızartmak

Onların işi patatesleri kızartmak. - Their job is to fry the potatoes.

Kızartmak için daha büyük balıklarımız var. - We've got bigger fish to fry.

{f} yağda kızarmak
kızart

Tom Mary'ye bir Fransız kızartma sundu ve o bir tane aldı. - Tom offered Mary a French fry and she took one.

Tom bir yumurta kızartıyor. - Tom is frying an egg.

{f} elektrikli sandalyede idam etmek
frying pan tava
(yağda) kızartmak
kızarmak
(Address Abbr.) Ferry
kızartılmış yemeklerin yendiği piknik
{i} çoluk çocuk
kızartılmış yemek
jump out of the frying pan into the fire bir belâdan kurtulayım derken daha kötüsüne çatmak
{i} önemsiz şey
{i} solda sıfır
kızar

Dün Avustralya'da hava o kadar sıcaktı ki Tom küreğin üstünde bir yumurta kızartmayı başardı. - It was so hot in Australia yesterday that Tom managed to fry an egg on a shovel.

Tom Mary'ye bir Fransız kızartma sundu ve o bir tane aldı. - Tom offered Mary a French fry and she took one.

{i} kızartılmış yiyecek
{i} yavru balık
yağmurdan kaçıp doluya tutulma
tavada kızartmak veya kızarmak
{i} kızartma

Sen hiç onları kızartma yerine patateslerini fırında pişirmeyi düşündün mü? - Have you ever thought about baking your potatoes instead of frying them?

Dün Avustralya'da hava o kadar sıcaktı ki Tom küreğin üstünde bir yumurta kızartmayı başardı. - It was so hot in Australia yesterday that Tom managed to fry an egg on a shovel.

(Gıda) tava yapmak
fries
(Gıda) patates kızartması
fry-pan
tava
fry cook
kızartma yemek
fry meat eggs
fry et yumurta
fry so.'s eggs
yavru çok. 's yumurta
fry-up
kızartmak-up
deep fry
(Gıda) yağda kızartmak
fried
argo sarhoş
fried
{s} yağda kızarmış
fried
{s} kızartılmış

Bir süre kızartılmış yiyeceklerden kaçının. - Avoid fried foods for a while.

Domuz doğranmış ve kızartılmış. - The pork is diced and fried.

fried
yağda pişirilmiş
frying
kızartma

Sen hiç onları kızartma yerine patateslerini fırında pişirmeyi düşündün mü? - Have you ever thought about baking your potatoes instead of frying them?

Kızartma tavası paslı. - The frying pan is rusty.

deep fry
(Gıda) kızartmak
fri
(Bilgisayar) cu
fried
kavurma
fried
(Gıda) tava yapılmış
fries
(Gıda) kızarmış patates
have other fish to fry
(deyim) daha önemli bir işi olmak
shallow fry
(Gıda) az yağda kızarmak
small fry
ufaklıklar
small fry
çocuklar
stir fry
(Gıda) vogda kızartmak
deep fry
yağda kızart
fish fry
kızarmış balık
fried
kızarmış

Tom bir ekstra-baharat kovası, kızarmış piliç ve bir konteyner lahana salatası ısmarladı. - Tom bought a bucket of extra-spicy fried chicken and a container of coleslaw.

Masada üzerinde üç kızarmış yumurta bulunan bir tabak vardı. - On the table, there was a plate with three fried eggs on it.

fried
{f} kızar

Kızartılmış yiyecek bana yaramıyor. - Fried food does not agree with me.

Masada üzerinde üç kızarmış yumurta bulunan bir tabak vardı. - On the table, there was a plate with three fried eggs on it.

frying
{f} kızart

Tom sıcak bir kızartma tavasında parmaklarını yaktı. - Tom burned his fingers on a hot frying pan.

Mary kızartma tavasına bazı sosisler attı. - Mary threw some sausages into the frying pan.

small fry
önemsiz kimse
small fry
ufak balıklar
deep fry
derin kızartma
french fry
fransız yavru
fried
sahanda
fried
{s} sarhoş
frying
kızartarak
frying
kızartmak
to fry
kızartmak için
Fri
{k} Friday
Fri
{i} cuma

Genellikle Pazartesiden Cumaya kadar okula giderler. - They usually go to school from Monday to Friday.

Genellikle cuma günü markete giderim. - I usually go to market on Friday.

deep fat fry
(Gıda) bol kızgın yağda kızartmak
frying
(isim) kızartma
have other fish to fry
başka bir işi olmak
small fry
önemsiz kimseler
small fry
(deyim) onemsiz kisiler;kucuk kuruluslar
wild fry
yabani yavru balık
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
(usually in plural fries) (mainly Canada and US) A fried potato
To cook (something) in hot fat
A swarm, especially of something small (a fry of children)
A meal of fried sausages, bacon, eggs, etc
To cook in hot fat
To be executed by the electric chair

He's guilty of murder — he's going to fry.

Young fish
To destroy (something-usually electronic) with excessive heat, voltage, or current

If you apply that much voltage, you'll fry the resistor.

To suffer because of too much heat

You'll fry if you go out in this sun with no sunblock on.

{v} to dress in a fryingpan, broil, melt, fume
{n} a thing fried, fish just spawned, child, sieve
To cook in a pan or on a griddle esp
The young of any fish
{i} young fish; young of a variety of animals (including frogs and bees); small children
To cook in hot fat When a small amount of fat is used, the process is called pan-frying or sautéing; when food is partially covered with oil it is called shallow frying and when food is completely covered it is deep frying
To cook food in hot fat in a skillet over hight heat until crisp and brown
Fry are very small, young fish
English dramatist noted for his comic verse dramas (born 1907) English painter and art critic (1866-1934) cook on a hot surface using fat; "fry the pancakes"
with the use of fat, butter, or olive oil by heating over a fire; to cook in boiling lard or fat; as, to fry fish; to fry doughnuts
To undergo or cause a disturbing action accompanied with a sensation of heat
{i} fried food; social gathering at which food is fried and eaten
A state of excitement; as, to be in a fry
be excessively hot; "If the children stay out on the beach for another hour, they'll be fried"
The stage of fish development after alevin / larvae May be applied to any small fish, but generally fish are termed fry up to a size of 5-10grams Fish slightly larger than this are usually termed fingerlings
a young person of either sex; "she writes books for children"; "they're just kids"; "`tiddler' is a British term for youngsters"
To cook food in hot fat over medium to high heat
A dish of anything fried
Young salmonids that have emerged from gravel and are up to one month of age, or any cultured salmonid from the time of hatching through fourteen days after being placed in rearing ponds
To cook in hot oil, ghee or vanaspati (shortening)
To undergo the process of frying; to be subject to the action of heat in a frying pan, or on a griddle, or in a kettle of hot fat
Life stage of trout and salmon between full absorption of the yolk sac and a somewhat arbitrarily defined fingerling or parr stage (generally reached by the end of the first summer)
be excessively hot; "If the children stay out on the beach for another hour, they'll be fried
When you fry food, you cook it in a pan that contains hot fat or oil. Fry the breadcrumbs until golden brown. fried rice
Next life stage of salmon after alevin, and before smolt (upon reaching 1 25 inches in length, they are sometimes called "fingerlings") (see also "parr")
(mainly Canada and US) A fried potato
To cook over a brisk heat, in oil or fat to obtain a good seal and colour
A young salmon that is free-swimming and feeding
To cook in a frying pan or skillet with a fair amount of oil, shortening or butter until the food is heavily browned and cooked right through
A swarm or crowd, especially of little fishes; young or small things in general
To cook in hot fat or oil
The young stage of fishes, particularly after the yolk sac has been absorbed
{f} cook in oil; be cooked in oil; execute by electric chair (Slang); die by the electric chair (Slang)
English dramatist noted for his comic verse dramas (born 1907)
Recently hatched fish
To cook in fat in a skillet Food must be turned to brown and fry on all sides
8r L 21 n 1 A free man, noble in character 2 A gracious or beautiful woman
Rochester FD's Fire Related Youth program A special program of the Fire Investigation Division designed to help children and teenagers who become involved in arson (see Task Force)
kill by electrocution, as in the electric chair; "The serial killer was electrocuted"
To be agitated; to be greatly moved
recently hatched fish, after yolk sac has been absorbed
Children (a word of contempt) Get away, you young fry It means properly a crowd of young fishes, and its application to children should be limited to those that obstruct your path, crowd about you, or stand in your way (French, frai, spawn ) Nothing to fry with (French) Nothing to eat; nothing to live on (See Wide-nostrils )
Fries are the same as French fries. see also small fry. British playwright who revitalized modern verse drama with his comic and religious works, such as A Phoenix Too Frequent (1946) and Curtmantle (1962). french fry fries a long thin piece of potato that has been cooked in fat British Equivalent: chip
To simmer; to boil
To cook in hot fat Top
cook on a hot surface using fat; "fry the pancakes"
English painter and art critic (1866-1934)
| Newly hatched fish
To cook in hot fat To pan-fry, use a small amount of fat To deep- fry, immerse foods in fat
To cook foods in hot oil or fat, usually giving food a crisp, brown crust
n - A young recently hatched fish
Newly hatched fish
fry breads
plural form of fry bread
fry cook
A cook who specializes in fried foods
fry up
a breakfast made of tomatoes, scrambled eggs, fried eggs, bacon, sausages, hash browns, baked beans, black pudding, chips, toast and mushrooms (or any combination thereof); full English breakfast

While fattening, a fry up is without doubt my favourite way to start the day.

fry-up
Alternative spelling of fry up
fry-up
A fry-up is a meal consisting of a mixture of foods such as sausages, bacon, and eggs that have been fried. a meal of fried food such as eggs, bacon, potatoes etc
French fry
french fry
Ulster fry
A combination of several foods traditionally served for breakfast in Northern Ireland (Ulster), many or most of which are fried
bigger fish to fry
A much more pressing issue to attend to
bigger fish to fry
A higher valued result or target to reach
deep-fry
A heated cooking pan or appliance used to deep-fry foods
deep-fry
To cook (food) by deep-frying
fish fry
A meal, especially a cookout, featuring deep-fried, battered fish
fish to fry
A matter to attend to
french fry
A long, cuboid slice of potato, usually cooked by deep-frying
french-fry
Attributive form of french fry, noun
fried
stoned; under the influence of drugs

Man, I got totally fried on weed at Chad's party.'.

fried
Being fried with the yolk unbroken

He always ate his eggs fried, never scrambled.

fried
Simple past tense and past participle of fry
fried
Broken as a result of excessive heat or an electrical surge

It looks like your motherboard is fried.

fries
Third-person singular simple present indicative form of fry
fries
french fries
fries
plural form of fry
frying
The action of the verb to fry
have other fish to fry
To have more important things to do

No, for certain. I have other fish to fry here..

pan-fry
to fry in a pan with minimal oil
shallow-fry
To fry in a frying pan with only a thin layer of oil; to pan-fry
small fry
One or more persons or things of relatively little consequence, importance, or value

These slot machines are just the small fry. The big games are in the back room.

small fry
One or more children
small fry
One or more small or immature fish
small-fry
Attributive form of small fry

His small-fry status annoyed him to no end: he wanted to be a bigwig.

stir-fry
A dish cooked in this manner
stir-fry
To fry something quickly in hot oil whilst constantly stirring; especially in a wok or similar pan
Christopher Fry
orig. Christopher Harris born Dec. 18, 1907, Bristol, Gloucestershire, Eng. British playwright. He worked as an actor, director, and playwright before achieving success with The Lady's Not for Burning (1948), an ironic medieval comedy in verse. Noted for his wit and his religious preoccupations, he wrote other verse plays, including Venus Observed (1950), A Sleep of Prisoners (1951), The Dark Is Light Enough (1954), and A Yard of Sun (1970). He also wrote several television plays and collaborated on the screenplays of Ben Hur (1959) and Barabbas (1962)
French fry
A thin strip of potato fried in deep fat. Often used in the plural. a long thin piece of potato that has been cooked in hot oil British Equivalent: chip
Fri
{i} goddess of love and beauty (Teutonic Mythology)
Fri
Fri. is a written abbreviation for Friday. Friday. the written abbreviation of Friday
Roger Eliot Fry
born Dec. 14, 1866, London, Eng. died Sept. 9, 1934, London British art critic and artist. He gave up a career in science to study art in Italy. As a curator at the Metropolitan Museum of Art (1906-10), he discovered the work of the Post-Impressionists, and in 1910 he introduced Post-Impressionism to Britain by organizing the first of two highly significant exhibitions. With Clive Bell, Fry preached the importance of "significant form" over content in the artwork. Associated with the Bloomsbury group, he and several group members cofounded the Omega Workshops for arts and crafts in 1913. He was known as a brilliant lecturer and the author of numerous books
Roger Fry
born Dec. 14, 1866, London, Eng. died Sept. 9, 1934, London British art critic and artist. He gave up a career in science to study art in Italy. As a curator at the Metropolitan Museum of Art (1906-10), he discovered the work of the Post-Impressionists, and in 1910 he introduced Post-Impressionism to Britain by organizing the first of two highly significant exhibitions. With Clive Bell, Fry preached the importance of "significant form" over content in the artwork. Associated with the Bloomsbury group, he and several group members cofounded the Omega Workshops for arts and crafts in 1913. He was known as a brilliant lecturer and the author of numerous books
Varian Fry
(1908-1967) American man who smuggled Jews trapped in France during World War II to the United States, founder of the American Rescue Committee that saved people from Nazi persecution
deep-fat-fry
fry in deep fat; "deep-fry the potato chips"
deep-fat-fry
fry in deep fat; "deep-fry the potato chips
deep-fry
To cook in hot fat which is deep enough to completely cover the food See: Fry It, You'll Like It
deep-fry
To cook in a deep pan or skillet containing hot cooking oil Deep-fried foods are generally completely immersed in the hot oil Devil To prepare with spicy seasoning or sauce Dice To cut up in uniform pieces Usually in 1/8 to 1/4 inch squares Dissolve To stir a solid food into a liquid to form a mixture in which the solid food does not remain
deep-fry
If you deep-fry food, you fry it in a large amount of fat or oil. Heat the oil and deep-fry the fish fillets
deep-fry
cook in a deep pan of fat or oil
deep-fry
To cook food in hot fat deep enough to cover the food and to allow it to float to the top as it cooks
deep-fry
cook by immersing in fat; "french-fry the potatoes"
deep-fry
To cook submerged in hot fat
fish fry
fish fries an outdoor event held to raise money for an organization, at which fish is cooked and eaten
fish fry
a cookout where fried fish is the main course
french-fry
cook by immersing in fat; "french-fry the potatoes"
french-fry
cook by immersing in fat; "french-fry the potatoes
fri
the sixth day of the week; the fifth working day
fried
to be totally destroyed or unusable
fried
cooked by frying
fried
cooked by frying in fat
fried
{s} cooked in oil; emotionally exhausted (Slang); drunk (Slang)
fried
To be totally destroyed or otherwise unusable, as in "my hard drive is fried" or "the network is totally fried "
fried
adj goreng
fried
past of fry
fried
of Fry
fries
Plural of fry. long thin pieces of potato that have been cooked in hot oil British Equivalent: chips
fries
{i} potato strips deep fried in hot oil
fries
plural of fry
fries
third-person singular of fry
fries
strips of potato fried in deep fat
frying
The process denoted by the verb fry
frying
{i} cooking in oil
frying
present participle of fry
frying
cooking in fat or oil in a pan or griddle
have other fish to fry
have other things to do; have other concerns
home fry
A piece of sliced or chopped potato pan-fried until brown and crisp. Often used in the plural
noun fry 3
very young fish small fry
other fish to fry
other things to deal with
pan-fry
fry in a pan; "pan-fry the dumplings
small fry
Small fry is used to refer to someone or something that is considered to be unimportant. What they owe to the Inland Revenue is small fry compared to the overall £1.2 million debt. people or things that are not important when compared to other people or things
small fry
tiny, disadvantageous person
stir fry
An Oriental cooking method in which pieces of food are cooked with constant stirring
stir fry
fry very quickly over high heat; "stir-fry the vegetables in a wok"
stir fry
To cook thin strips of vegetables or meat quickly by stirring them in very hot oil
stir fry
fry very quickly over high heat; "stir-fry the vegetables in a wok
stir fry
Thinly sliced food is cooked quickly in skillet or wok, stir frequently
stir fry
To cook quickly in a little hot oil, stirring constantly
stir-fry
{f} cook food over high heat in a small quantity of oil while stirring constantly
stir-fry
{i} food that is fried quickly over high heat in a small quantity of oil while being stirred constantly
stir-fry
If you stir-fry vegetables, meat, or fish, you cook small pieces of them quickly by stirring them in a small quantity of very hot oil. This method is often used in Chinese cookery. Stir-fry the vegetables until crisp. stir-fried vegetables
stir-fry
A stir-fry is a Chinese dish consisting of small pieces of vegetables, meat, or fish which have been stir-fried. Serve the stir-fry with `instant' noodles
stir-fry
Stir-fry vegetables, meat, or fish or stir-fry dishes are cooked by the stir-fry method. to cook small pieces of food quickly by moving them around continuously in very hot oil. stir-fries a dish made by stir-frying small pieces of food
stir-fry
To cook small food pieces of food quickly in a small amount of fat over high heat in a wide pan or wok, stirring constantly
stir-fry
To quickly cook small pieces of food over high heat, stirring constantly
stir-fry
To fry small pieces of food quickly in a large frying pan or wok, over a high heat , using very little fat and constantly moving the food around the pan throughout cooking, keeping them in contact with the hot wok
stir-fry
To quickly fry small pieces of food in a large pan over very high heat while constantly and briskly stirring the food
stir-fry
Any dish that has been prepared by stir-frying That is, the food is chopped into small pieces and cooked very quickly over high heat in a large pan for a short period of time while briskly stirring the food
stir-fry
Stir-fried food is cooked quickly ina little oil in a wok or frying pan and is stirred frequently while cooking
stir-fry
Small pieces of food which are cooked by being rapidly fried in hot oil while stirring constantly To cook meats and/or vegetables with a constant stirring motion in a small amount of oil in a wok or skillet over high heat
stir-fry
To cook bite-sized pieces of food quickly in a wok while tossing and turning in a little oil over high heat
stir-fry
To quickly cook food in a wok or skillet stirring constantly over high heat
stir-fry
a method of cooking similar sized pieces of food, usually vegetables, in a small amount of hot oil over high heat
stir-fry
To cook very thinly sliced food over high heat while keeping the food moving in constant motion to keep it from overcooking
fry

    Расстановка переносов

    Fry

    Турецкое произношение

    fray

    Произношение

    /ˈfrī/ /ˈfraɪ/

    Этимология

    [ 'frI ] (verb.) 13th century. From Old French frire, from Latin frīgere (“to roast, fry”), from Proto-Indo-European *bher-. Cognate with Ancient Greek φρύγειν (phrugein, “roast, bake”).

    Времена

    fries, frying, fried

    Общие Словосочетания

    fry up

    Видео

    ... right now at Fry's, because we bought every one of them. ...
    ... SAL KHAN: Oh, Fry's. ...

    Слово дня

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