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"Fried," "sautéed," or "sizzled" as a verb and "fried foods" or "fries" as a noun are English equivalents of the Italian word fritti. The choice tends to be clear with context. Regardless of meaning or use, the pronunciation will be "FREET-tee" in Italian.

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