fry pan

noun

Definition of fry pan

US
: a metal pan that has a long handle and is used for frying : frying pan

Word by Word Definitions

fry play
  1. : to cook in a pan or on a griddle over heat especially with the use of fat

  2. : electrocute

  3. : to damage or destroy (an electrical device or its circuitry) by overheating especially as a result of unusually high voltage

  1. : a social gathering or picnic where food is fried and eaten

  2. : a dish of something fried

  3. : french fry

  1. : recently hatched or juvenile fishes

  2. : the young of other animals

  3. : very small adult fishes

pan play
  1. : a usually broad, shallow, and open container for domestic use (as for cooking)

  2. : any of various similar usually metal receptacles: such as

  3. : the hollow part of the lock in a firelock or flintlock gun that receives the priming

  1. : to wash in a pan for the purpose of separating heavy particles

  2. : to separate (a substance, such as gold) by panning

  3. : to place in a pan

  1. : a betel leaf

  2. : a masticatory of betel nut, mineral lime, and pan

  1. : the process of panning a motion-picture or video camera

  2. : a shot in which the camera is panned

  1. : to rotate (a camera, such as a motion-picture camera) so as to keep an object in the picture or secure a panoramic effect

  2. : to pan a motion-picture or video camera

  3. : to undergo panning

  1. : a Greek god of pastures, flocks, and shepherds usually represented as having the legs, horns, and ears of a goat

  1. : all : completely

  2. : involving all of a (specified) group or region

  3. : advocating or involving the union of a (specified) group


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