Meaning of DISH in English

DISH

transcription, транскрипция: [ dɪʃ ]

( dishes, dishing, dished)

Frequency: The word is one of the 3000 most common words in English.

1.

A dish is a shallow container with a wide uncovered top. You eat and serve food from dishes and cook food in them.

...plastic bowls and dishes...

N-COUNT

2.

The contents of a dish can be referred to as a dish of something.

Nicholas ate a dish of spaghetti.

N-COUNT : usu N of n

3.

Food that is prepared in a particular style or combination can be referred to as a dish .

There are plenty of vegetarian dishes to choose from.

N-COUNT

4.

All the objects that have been used to cook, serve, and eat a meal can be referred to as the dishes .

He’d cooked dinner and washed the dishes.

N-PLURAL

5.

You can use dish to refer to anything that is round and hollow in shape with a wide uncovered top.

...a dish used to receive satellite broadcasts.

N-COUNT : usu with supp

6.

see also satellite dish , side dish

7.

If you do the dishes , you wash the dishes.

I hate doing the dishes.

PHRASE : V inflects

8.

to dish the dirt: see dirt

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