Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Fries"

The meaning of "Fries" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does "Can I get some fries with that shake-shake booty
If looks could kill you would be an Uzi" mean?
A: Thank you for your quick reply!
Oh, it's a joke by saying fries and shakes. Interesting!
Q: What does extra fries mean?
A: More fries than in a normal serving of fries.
Q: What does where's my fries already? mean?
A: The use of “already” implies that the person asking has been waiting for a long time to receive the fries.
Q: What does do you want fries with that mean?
A: They are up selling you. They want you to buy more. Just say no if you do not want to buy more.

Example sentences using "Fries"

Q: Please show me example sentences with french fries.
A: Does this burger come with french fries?
To properly make french fries, the oil must be extremely hot.
Q: Please show me example sentences with french fries.
A: I ate french fries yesterday.

Synonyms of "Fries" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between French fries and Fries ?
A: if you say "french fries" at macdonalds, they will know exactly what you are talking about, and not think much of it. same goes if you say "fries"
Q: What is the difference between French fries and Fries ?
A: They’re the same thing. It’s kind of like “Pommes Frites” and “Pommes” in German.
Q: What is the difference between french fries and crisps ?
A: in the US fries is usually used and in the UK chips is used for fries however they're both cooked the same way. Yet crisps are cooked a little differently.
Q: What is the difference between fries and chips ?
A: "fries" tends to be used in AmE, "chips" in BrE. In addition "fries" tend to be long and thin, whereas "chips" tend to be shorter and fatter.
Q: What is the difference between Fries and French fries ?
A: no difference, they're the same food

Translations of "Fries"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? French fries are made of potatoes.
French fries are made from potatoes.
French fries are made with potatoes.
Which is right??? I'm so confused with the usage of from/ of/ with when using with "make." Can you please give me some explanations and examples?
A: The correct way is: French fries are made from potatoes.

Explanation/ example:

Made from potatoes = Only made of/from/out of potatoes nothing else

Made with potatoes = made in a way that includes some potatoes other ingredients.

Basically, "made with X(potatoes)" means that X is one of the ingredients or materials that went into the object.
"Made of X" means that X is the only ingredient.

Hope this helps a bit
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? fries
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? (ハンバーガーショップで)いくつのポテト🍟がほしいですか How many french fries do you want?←OK?
A: 👌🏻 you can say 1 medium fries or 2 large fries depends on the size but one french fries or two french fries is okay too ✌🏼
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? French fries
A: french fries are just french fries
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? French fries
A: And what Americans call chips, we call "crisps".

Other questions about "Fries"

Q: How many french fries do you want? Or How much french fries do you want ? Does this sound natural?
A: Many is amount of something of the same item.Much is also amount of something though more percent, time, or money related, within something.
How many games can you play?
How much of the game could you play?
How many people go to your school?
How much of the students in your school are female?
How many fries can you eat from McDonald's?
How much of McDonald's fry can you eat(that pretty sad question to ask meaning the person probably couldn't eat one whole fry)?
Q: I Will take fries and passion fruit juice please.

Does this sound natural?
A: Near perfect, though if ordering from a restaurant I would change slightly to "I will take the fries and a passion fruit juice, please." Assuming they have only 1 size of fries and fruit juice. Also we tend to use words like order of fries, or large fries, seasoned fries. Rarely do we use just fries in this context without adding "the" in there at a minimum.

Very good though.
Q: I love french fries, it's addictive Does this sound natural?
A: I love French fries. They are addictive.
Q: I'd like French fries and coke, please. Does this sound natural?
A: Sound good!
Q: About french fries: I would like you to correct this to more sounds like natural English please.
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French fries are good for drinking beer together more than eating it as a main dish. It also matches with eating stake.

I prefer potato chips to french fries when eating only them without the other foods, because I like junk food and potato chips taste like junk food for me.
Does this sound natural?
A: French fries are better to eat while drinking beer than eating it as a main dish. They also pair well with steak.

I prefer potato chips to french fries when eating them by themselves. Because I like junk food, and potato chips taste like junk food to me.

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