thin strips of potato that have been deep-fried.
a more formal name for chips Also called (esp US and Canadian) French fries See chip (sense 4)
1903, American English, earlier French fried potatoes (by 1883). French frieds (1944) never caught on. Simple short form fries attested by 1973. In the Upper Midwest of the U.S., sometimes called American fries (1950).
noun 1. former name of . noun 1. a former French territory of French West Africa: became independent as Guinea in 1958
[gee-an-uh, gee-ah-nuh] /giˈæn ə, giˈɑ nə/ noun 1. an overseas department of France, on the NE coast of South America: formerly a French colony. 35,135 sq. mi. (91,000 sq. km). Capital: Cayenne. noun 1. a French overseas region in NE South America, on the Atlantic: colonized by the French in about 1637; tropical forests. Capital: […]
noun, Chiefly South Midland U.S. 1. (def 1).
noun 1. a high, curved heel, characterized by a heel breast curving into a shank, used on women’s shoes. noun 1. a fairly high and narrow-waisted heel on women’s shoes