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  • a shallow, flat-bottomed container for cooking or serving food.
    E.g. an ovenproof dish
  • a shallow, concave receptacle, especially one intended to hold a particular substance.
    E.g. the cats' water dish
  • a sexually attractive person.
    E.g. I gather he's quite a dish
  • information which is not generally known or available.
    E.g. if he has the real dish I wish he'd tell us
  • 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.
  • gossip or share information, especially information of an intimate or scandalous nature.
    E.g. groups gather to brag about babies and dish about romances
  • utterly destroy, confound, or defeat.
    E.g. the election interview dished Labour's chances
  • give concavity to (a wheel) by tensioning the spokes.
    E.g. I don't think I dished the wheel correctly—there's a rubbing sound

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