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dish /dɪʃ/ noun [countable]

فشردن ، پوسته ، ظرف ، دوری ، سینی ، خوراک ، غذا ، در بشقاب ریختن ، مقعر کردن ، علوم مهندسی: اچار
- bowl, plate, platter, salver
- food, fare, recipe
English Thesaurus: food, dish, speciality, delicacy, diet, ...

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

I. dish1 S2 W3 /dɪʃ/ noun [countable]
[Language: Old English; Origin: disc, from Latin discus 'disk, plate']

1. a flat container with low sides, for serving food from or cooking food in ⇒ bowl:
a serving dish
an ovenproof dish
dish of
a large dish of spaghetti

2. the dishes all the plates, cups, bowls etc that have been used to eat a meal and need to be washed
do/wash the dishes
I’ll just do the dishes before we go.

In everyday English, people often use the expression do the washing-up (BrE) or do the dishes (AmE), rather than wash the dishes.

3. food cooked or prepared in a particular way as a meal:
a wonderful pasta dish
The menu includes a wide selection of vegetarian dishes.
This soup is substantial enough to serve as a main dish (=the biggest part of a meal).

4. something that is shaped like a dish:
a soap dish

5. informal old-fashioned someone who is sexually attractive
side dish, satellite dish

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. dish2 verb
[intransitive and transitive] informal to give a lot of information about something or someone, especially something that would usually be secret or private
dish on
She’s ready to dish on boys, beauty, and break-ups in her new column.
dish the dirt (=tell people shocking things about someone’s private life)
dish something ↔ out phrasal verb

1. to give something to various people in a careless way:
We dished out some leaflets there too.
Paul tends to dish out unwanted advice.

2. to serve food to people:
Sam’s dishing out sandwiches if you want one.

3. somebody can dish it out but they can’t take it used to say that someone often criticizes other people, but does not like being criticized
dish something ↔ up phrasal verb
to put food for a meal into dishes, ready to be eaten:
Could you dish up the vegetables?

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

I. container
ADJ. deep | flat, shallow | empty | baking, cooking, roasting, serving | fireproof, heatproof, ovenproof | china, glass, metal, silver | casserole, gratin, pie, souffle, soup | butter, food, soap, vegetable your pet's food dish
PREP. in a/the ~ Arrange the chicken and salad in a serving dish.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

II. the dishes: plates, bowls, etc.
ADJ. clean | dirty, unwashed The dirty breakfast dishes were still in the sink when we got home.
VERB + DISH do, wash It's your turn to do the dishes.
dry He dried the dishes and put them away.
put away

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

III. type of food
ADJ. main, side Serve one or two main dishes with a choice of salads and nibbles.
favourite Do you have a favourite dish?
delicious, tasty, wonderful | elaborate | simple a simple dish, beautifully prepared
classic, traditional | savoury, sweet | spiced/spicy | cold, hot | local, international, national, regional The national dish is ‘bigos’?hunter's stew.
Chinese, French, etc. | vegetarian | cheese, egg, fish, meat, pasta, rice, seafood, vegetable Goulash is a meat dish.
breakfast, lunch, supper Kedgeree makes a wonderful supper dish.
VERB + DISH cook, make, prepare She cooked us a delicious French dish with pork and tomatoes.
serve a restaurant that serves traditional Indian dishes
recommend | sample, try They sampled all the local dishes.
PHRASES the dish of the day I can recommend the chef's dish of the day.
 ⇒ Special page at FOOD

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

BAD: Dinner usually consists of three dishes.
GOOD: Dinner usually consists of three courses.
BAD: The main dish was roast beef with fresh vegetables.
GOOD: The main course was roast beef with fresh vegetables.

Usage Note:
Meal A meal is the food that you eat at about the same time each day: ‘After the meal we went to a discotheque.’ ‘We usually have our main meal in the evening.’
Menu A menu is a list of all the things that you can order in a restaurant: ‘I tried to read the menu but it was all in French.’ ‘Is there any fish on the menu?’
Course A meal may be served in separate stages. Each stage is called a course: ‘The main course was disappointing, but the dessert was excellent.’ ‘I’m not hungry enough to eat a three-course meal.’
Dish A dish is (1) the food prepared in a particular way and served as a meal or part of a meal: ‘My favourite Italian dish is lasagne.’ ‘For the main course there were six different meal dishes to choose from.’
(2) a (usually shallow) container that food is placed in and then cooked or served: ‘I hope this dish is ovenproof!’
The dishes The dishes is a collective term for all the plates, bowls, cups, etc, that are used during a meal: ‘Whose turn is it to wash the dishes tonight?’
Plate A plate is (1) a (usually round) flat object that food is placed on, especially just before it is eaten: ‘All the clean plates are still in the dishwasher.’ ‘I’d never seen anyone put so much food on their plate.’
(2) (also plateful ) the amount of food on a plate: ‘How can you eat two large plates of spaghetti and still feel hungry?’

BAD: Some children have to prepare their own dishes.
GOOD: Some children have to prepare their own meals.
BAD: Dinner is the main dish of the day.
GOOD: Dinner is the main meal of the day.

Usage Note:
See Language Note above

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Common Errors

See: covered-dish supper

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary

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[TahlilGaran] Acronyms and Abbreviations Dictionary

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