dishlike

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dish (dɪʃ)
 
n
1.  a container used for holding or serving food, esp an open shallow container of pottery, glass, etc
2.  the food that is served or contained in a dish
3.  a particular article or preparation of food: a local fish dish
4.  Also called: dishful the amount contained in a dish
5.  something resembling a dish, esp in shape
6.  a concavity or depression
7.  dish aerial short for satellite dish aerial
8.  informal an attractive person
9.  informal something that one particularly enjoys or excels in
 
vb
10.  to put into a dish
11.  to make hollow or concave
12.  informal (Brit) to ruin or spoil: he dished his chances of getting the job
 
[Old English disc, from Latin discus quoit, see disc]
 
'dishlike
 
adj

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