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Pronunciation of Dish: Learn how to pronounce Dish in English correctly

Learn how to say Dish correctly in English with this tutorial pronunciation video.

Oxford dictionary definition of the word dish:

noun
1a shallow, flat-bottomed container for cooking or serving food:
an ovenproof dish
the food contained or served in a dish:
a dish of sauté potatoes
a particular variety or preparation of food served as part of a meal:
fresh fish dishes
(the dishes) all the items that have been used in the preparation, serving, and eating of a meal:
I left the children to do the dishes
2 [usually with modifier] a shallow, concave receptacle, especially one intended to hold a particular substance:
a soap dish
(also dish aerial) a bowl-shaped radio aerial:
other channels are available with a larger dish
See also satellite dish.
3 informal a sexually attractive person:
I gather he’s quite a dish
(one’s dish) dated a thing that one enjoys or does well:
as a public relations man this was my dish and the campaign was right up my street
4 (the dish) informal information which is not generally known or available:
if he has the real dish I wish he’d tell us
5 [mass noun] concavity of a spoked wheel resulting from a difference in spoke tension on each side and consequent sideways displacement of the rim in relation to the hub.
verb
[with object]
1 (dish something out/up) put food on to a plate or plates before a meal:
Steve was dishing up vegetables
(dish something out) dispense something in a casual or indiscriminate way:
the banks dished out loans to all and sundry
(dish something up) offer or present something, especially something regarded as substandard:
is your ISP short-changing you by dishing up outdated and perhaps incorrect information?
(dish it out) informal subject others to criticism or punishment:
you can dish it out but you can’t take it
[no object] North American informal gossip or share intimate information:
groups gather to dish about romances
2 informal, chiefly British utterly destroy or defeat:
the election interview dished Labour’s chances
3give concavity to (a wheel) by tensioning the spokes:
(as noun dishing)
this tool accurately checks for proper dishing of a wheel