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dish



I - noun
1. a piece of dishware normally used as a container for holding or serving food (Freq. 9)
- we gave them a set of dishes for a wedding present
Hypernyms:
crockery, dishware, container
Hyponyms:
bowl, butter dish, casserole, coquille, gravy boat,
gravy holder, sauceboat, boat, Petri dish, ramekin, ramequin,
serving dish, sugar bowl, watch glass
2. a particular item of prepared food (Freq. 3)
- she prepared a special dish for dinner
Hypernyms:
nutriment, nourishment, nutrition, sustenance, aliment,
alimentation, victuals
Hyponyms:
piece de resistance, adobo, side dish, side order, entremets,
special, casserole, soup, stew, paella, viand,
mousse, pudding, custard, turnover, timbale, fish stick,
fish finger, buffalo wing, barbecued wing, barbecue, barbeque, biryani,
biriani, escalope de veau Orloff, saute, patty, cake, veal parmesan,
veal parmigiana, veal cordon bleu, sandwich plate, snack food, salad, curry,
applesauce, apple sauce, boiled egg, coddled egg, poached egg, dropped egg,
scrambled eggs, deviled egg, stuffed egg, shirred egg, baked egg, egg en cocotte,
omelet, omelette, souffle, fried egg, coq au vin, chicken provencale,
chicken and rice, moo goo gai pan, bacon and eggs, barbecued spareribs, spareribs, beef Bourguignonne,
boeuf Bourguignonne, beef Wellington, filet de boeuf en croute, bitok, boiled dinner, New England boiled dinner,
Boston baked beans, bubble and squeak, pasta, carbonnade flamande, Belgian beef stew, chicken Marengo,
chicken cordon bleu, Maryland chicken, chicken paprika, chicken paprikash, Tetrazzini, chicken Kiev,
chili, chili con carne, chop suey, chow mein, coquille, coquilles Saint-Jacques,
croquette, cottage pie, rissole, dolmas, stuffed grape leaves, egg roll,
spring roll, eggs Benedict, enchilada, falafel, felafel, fish and chips,
fondue, fondu, French toast, fried rice, Chinese fried rice, frittata,
frog legs, galantine, gefilte fish, fish ball, haggis, ham and eggs,
hash, jambalaya, kabob, kebab, shish kebab, kedgeree,
seafood Newburg, lobster thermidor, lutefisk, lutfisk, macedoine, meatball,
meat loaf, meatloaf, moussaka, osso buco, pheasant under glass, pilaf,
pilaff, pilau, pilaw, pizza, pizza pie, poi,
pork and beans, porridge, potpie, rijsttaffel, rijstaffel, rijstafel,
risotto, Italian rice, roulade, Salisbury steak, sauerbraten, sauerkraut,
scallopine, scallopini, scampi, Scotch egg, Scotch woodcock, scrapple,
spaghetti and meatballs, Spanish rice, steak tartare, tartar steak, cannibal mound, pepper steak,
steak au poivre, peppered steak, beef Stroganoff, stuffed cabbage, kishke, stuffed derma,
stuffed peppers, stuffed tomato, hot stuffed tomato, cold stuffed tomato, succotash, sukiyaki,
sashimi, sushi, Swiss steak, tamale, tamale pie, tempura,
teriyaki, terrine, Welsh rarebit, Welsh rabbit, rarebit, schnitzel,
Wiener schnitzel, taco, burrito, tostada, refried beans, frijoles refritos,
couscous, ramekin, ramequin, mold, mould
Part Holonyms:
meal, repast
Part Meronyms:
topping, ingredient, fixings, sauce
3. the quantity that a dish will hold
- they served me a dish of rice
Syn:
dishful
Hypernyms:
containerful
4. a very attractive or seductive looking woman
Syn:
smasher, stunner, knockout, beauty, ravisher,
sweetheart, peach, lulu, looker, mantrap
Derivationally related forms:
dishy, stun (for: stunner)
Hypernyms:
woman, adult female
5. directional antenna consisting of a parabolic reflector for microwave or radio frequency radiation
Syn:
dish aerial, dish antenna, saucer
Hypernyms:
directional antenna
Hyponyms:
scanner
Part Holonyms:
radar, microwave radar, radio detection and ranging, radiolocation, radio telescope, radio reflector
6. an activity that you like or at which you are superior
- chemistry is not my cup of tea
- his bag now is learning to play golf
- marriage was scarcely his dish
Syn:
cup of tea, bag
Hypernyms:
activity

II - verb
1. provide (usually but not necessarily food)
- We serve meals for the homeless
- She dished out the soup at 8 P.M.
- The entertainers served up a lively show
Syn:
serve, serve up, dish out, dish up
Hypernyms:
provide, supply, ply, cater
Hyponyms:
plank
Verb Group:
serve, help
Verb Frames:
- Somebody ----s something
- The chefs dish the vegetables
2. make concave;
shape like a dish
Hypernyms:
shape, form
Verb Frames:
- Somebody ----s something

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