The Correct spelling is: dishes
Common misspellings of the word dishes are:
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- An open, generally shallow concave container for holding, cooking, or serving food.
- dishes The containers and often the utensils used when eating: took out the dishes and silverware; washed the dishes.
- A shallow concave container used for purposes other than eating: an evaporating dish.
- The amount that a dish can hold.
- The food served or contained in a dish: a dish of ice cream.
- A particular variety or preparation of food: Sushi is a Japanese dish.
- A depression similar to that in a shallow concave container for food.
- The degree of concavity in such a depression.
- Electronics. A dish antenna.
- Slang. A good-looking person, especially an attractive woman.
- Informal. Idle talk; gossip: â€œplenty of dish about her tattoos, her plastic surgeries, and her ever-younger inamoratiâ€ (Louise Kennedy).
v., dished, dishÂ·ing, dishÂ·es. v.tr.
- To serve (food) in or as if in a dish: dished up the stew.
- To present: dished up an excellent entertainment.
- To hollow out; make concave.
- Informal. To gossip about.
- Chiefly British Slang. To ruin, foil, or defeat.
To talk idly, especially to gossip.phrasal verb:
- To dispense freely: likes to dish out advice.
dish it out Slang.
- To deal out criticism or abuse.
[Middle English, from Old English disc, from Latin discus. See disk.]