Large+dish

  • 1 dish — dish1 S3 [dıʃ] n [: 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 ▪ …

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  • 2 Dish Network — Corporation Type Public Traded as NASDAQ: DISH …

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  • 3 dish out something — dish out (something) to give something too freely and in large amounts. The mayor was famous for dishing out political favors to his pals. Usage notes: often it is criticism or unfriendly remarks that are dished out: She dished out insults as… …

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  • 4 dish out — (something) to give something too freely and in large amounts. The mayor was famous for dishing out political favors to his pals. Usage notes: often it is criticism or unfriendly remarks that are dished out: She dished out insults as easily as… …

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  • 5 Dish structure — A dish structure is a secondary sedimentary structure caused by liquefaction and fluidization of the soft sediment. The structure occurs mainly in clastic deposits like turbidites. Contents 1 Terminology 2 History 3 Description …

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  • 6 dish — I UK [dɪʃ] / US noun Word forms dish : singular dish plural dishes ** 1) [countable] an open container like a plate, but not as deep as a bowl, used for serving or cooking food Place the fruit in a large shallow dish. an ovenproof dish a pie dish …

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  • 7 dish — dish1 [ dıʃ ] noun ** ▸ 1 for cooking/serving food ▸ 2 prepared food ▸ 3 plates, etc. to be washed ▸ 4 someone sexually attractive ▸ 5 for radio/television 1. ) count an open container like a plate, but not as deep as a bowl, used for serving or… …

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  • 8 dish out — verb 1. administer or bestow, as in small portions administer critical remarks to everyone present dole out some money shell out pocket money for the children deal a blow to someone the machine dispenses soft drinks • Syn: ↑distribu …

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  • 9 dish*/*/ — [dɪʃ] noun I 1) [C] a container similar to a plate or bowl that is used for serving or cooking food Place the fruit in a large shallow dish.[/ex] 2) [C] food that has been prepared and cooked in a particular way Do you have any vegetarian… …

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  • 10 dish out — {v.} 1. To serve (food) from a large bowl or plate. * /Ann s mother asked her to dish out the beans./ 2. {informal} To give in large quantities. * /That teacher dished out so much homework that her pupils complained to their parents./ 3. {slang}… …

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  • 11 dish out — {v.} 1. To serve (food) from a large bowl or plate. * /Ann s mother asked her to dish out the beans./ 2. {informal} To give in large quantities. * /That teacher dished out so much homework that her pupils complained to their parents./ 3. {slang}… …

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  • 12 dish\ out — v 1. To serve (food) from a large bowl or plate. Ann s mother asked her to dish out the beans. 2. informal To give in large quantities. That teacher dished out so much homework that her pupils complained to their parents. 3. slang To scold; treat …

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  • 13 dish out — 1) serve food from a large bowl or plate He began to dish out the food as soon as the guests arrived. 2) treat or criticize roughly He likes to dish out criticism to others but he doesn t like to hear criticism about himself …

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  • 14 dish·pan — /ˈdıʃˌpæn/ noun, pl pans [count] US : a large usually plastic container with a flat bottom that holds water to wash dishes in …

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  • 15 Satellite dish — A C band satellite dish …

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  • 16 Butter in a Lordly Dish — In the Bible, Jael kills Sisera by hammering a nail through his head. The same fate awaits Sir Luke Enderby in Christie s play at the hands of Julia Keene. to raise funds for the organisation. The other five plays and their first broadcasts (all… …

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  • 17 satellite dish — noun : a microwave dish for receiving usually television transmissions from an orbiting satellite * * * noun, pl ⋯ dishes [count] : a device that is shaped like a large dish and that receives television signals from a satellite high above the… …

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  • 18 serving dish — /ˈsɜvɪŋ dɪʃ/ (say serving dish) noun a large dish suitable for holding food being served at a table …

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  • 19 Big ugly dish — A C Band Dish (often abbreviated to BUD or Big Ugly Dish) is a colloquial name for a TVRO satellite dish used to receive satellite television signals from FSS type satellites on the microwave C band. BUDs are usually 6.5 to 12 feet in diameter… …

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  • 20 Atacama Large Millimeter Array — Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array ALMA logo Organisation Multi national Location Llano …

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