Origin of friedMiddle English ifrid, past participle of frien, fry
Past tense and past participle of fry1
- Drunk or intoxicated.
- Tired out; exhausted.
- Simple past tense and past participle of fry.
(comparative more fried, superlative most fried)
- Cooked by frying.
- (specifically, of an egg) Being fried with the yolk unbroken.
- He always ate his eggs fried, never scrambled.
- (colloquial, of computer equipment) Broken as a result of excessive heat or an electrical surge.
- It looks like your motherboard is fried.
- (slang) stoned; under the influence of drugs
- Man, I got totally fried on weed at Chad's party.'
fried - Computer Definition
- She rolled the pieces of meat in flour and fried them.
- The office was small but clean and smelled of fried food.
- Brandon scowled at his mother as he handed her the tray of fried chicken.
- Betsy and Martha fried up chicken, chatting amiably as they'd done all weekend.
- My brother is the only one on the planet who isn't instantly fried by their magic, which means you've got a bigger decision to make.