to heat on the surface of a flat pan
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I often fry sausages for breakfast.
If you work in a fast food restaurant you have to fry burgers.
A: How are you going to cook that bacon?
B: I'll fry it.
A: Not grill it?
B: Nah, it tastes better fried.
I fried the eggs this morning.
The fried the steak to perfection.
A: Excuse me. My steak is over-cooked.
B: I'm sorry. It was fried by the chef for the usual amount of time.
A: Can I have another please?
B: Of course.
Can you answer my phone please? I'm frying the vegetables.
She was frying the eggs when the yoke split.
A: What are you doing?
B: I'm frying the onions, ready to go on the hotdogs.
A: Where are the hotdogs? They're boiling.
I've fried everything that needs to be.
She has fried the bacon for too long and they're now burnt.
A: The chef has fried the fish and is now getting the meal ready.
B: Lovely. Thank you.
A: You're welcome.