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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishfriedfried /fraɪd/ adjective  1 having been cooked in hot oil fried chicken2 American English informal unable to think clearly, because you are tired, anxious etc My brain is just totally fried.
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friedDivide the fried bananas between the four pancakes and roll each pancake up.The fried bread surrounding the bacon in the hot plate was simply to create effect and mop up the excess fat.Aunt Edie served up a supper of fried eggs, bacon and tomatoes with bread and butter.Bread, rolls, breakfast cereal, bananas and fried fruit are ideal.Fish roe, taramasalata, fried scampi.
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