- n a piece of dishware normally used as a container for holding or serving food
we gave them a set of dishes for a wedding present
- n a particular item of prepared food
she prepared a special dish for dinner
- n the quantity that a dish will hold
they served me a dish of rice
- n a very attractive or seductive looking woman
- n directional antenna consisting of a parabolic reflector for microwave or radio frequency radiation
- n an activity that you like or at which you are superior
marriage was scarcely his dish
- v provide (usually but not necessarily food)
She dished out the soup at 8 P.M.
- v make concave; shape like a dish
- No French dish is as steeped in history, myth and religion as cassoulet.
- It's no secret that the cost of a restaurant dish tends to mirror its complexity.
- As connoisseurs of their local dish, Beijingers love to debate the merits of convection roasters over peach-wood ovens, or to quibble over sauce recipes.
- Lauryn Williams in International Herald Tribune
If people want to assess the blame to me, that's OK. I mean, I can take whatever it is that people are going to dish out,Williams said. "We had good chemistry. The hand was back there. She was there. I don't know what happened."
- Rio Ferdinand in Times Online
The football authorities need to look at themselves,Ferdinand said. "Sepp Blatter likes to speak up about things that are good for FIFA's image. I would love to see them stand up and dish out the right punishments for these incidents. They...
- Davey Johnson in ESPN
I damn sure wouldn't want to be lynched or hung up in some city if I put [Kevin] Youkilis behind the dish or something,Johnson said, referring to the Red Sox first baseman. "I would definitely had to gone out and said we had to forfeit...