dishverb

  • ja噂話をする、非難する
  • ento gossip; to disparage; originally 'dish the dirt' or 'dish out the dirt'

Examples

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We just checked the third floor. We didn't find anyone.
2.
- We're on our way to one. - You didn't even start yet?
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Rosa took a long time getting ready.
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You know how ladies be prepping.
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Ow! I was just covering up the truth so it wouldn't be awkward.
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Ooh, did something awkward happen?
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I can probably relate.
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Dish, bish.
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Rosa got dumped out of the blue because she cares so much about her job
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and doesn't spend enough time with Jocelyn.
11.
Ow! There's no winning with you.
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You know, I mean think about it.
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Single white male, divorced 3 times, 2 illegitimate children.
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The personal ad writes itself.
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You know, that's funny, yeah.
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So, do you think you'll ever work again?
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What are you doing? You know I can only dish it out.
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1.
So let's talk about Zach and Maggie.
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- Ooh. - Ooh.
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- Let's dish. - Ooh, dish.
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- So Zach and Maggie. - Zach's secret girlfriend Maggie.
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- They're not new, but they're new to the internet. - Mm-hmm.
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- They just moved in together, so that's a big step. - That's a really big deal.
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Maggie and I have been dating for two and a half years.
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1.
Why do you think Alec is such a good target and so much fun for this?
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'Cause I think he has a notoriously, I guess, a bit of a temper.
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I feel like 'cause he could dish it out so well.
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He could probably take it really well.
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And he's extremely good at improvising.
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And I feel like he's gonna come back on anything anyone says with something even better.
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1.
Damian and Gi, so y'all are together?
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Please dish.
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We are so together.
4.
Every single day, waking up next to each other, and going to the gym together.
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I don't wanna lose this.
6.
I just don't.

Other meanings for dish...

dishnoun

  • ja
  • ena flat container with low sides used for holding, cooking, or serving food
155:16 / --:--
1.
Hi.
2.
- Hey. - Hey.
3.
I have to go to China.
4.
The country?
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No, no, this big pile of dishes in my mom's breakfront.
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5:12 / --:--
1.
No wife of mine is gonna do dishes on Valentine's Day.
2.
You could do these tomorrow.
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1.
I can cook burgers.
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I’m really good with a spatula, I swear!
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Look, Sammy, we all started out doing the dishes.
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You gotta work your way up from the bottom.
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Now, get to work.
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From the bottom up? Really?
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Sammy, no!
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1.
The biggest change in my life is that
2.
many employers, they don't wanna hire people that have been convicted of felonies.
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Could you work at, like...
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A restaurant?
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Maybe washing dishes.
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1.
Do you guys remember 'The Wonder Years'?
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Yeah.
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So it was such a huge show in my house growing up.
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Yeah.
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And do you remember when Winnie left?
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And I was just so sad.
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And then we were watching the season finale.
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And we thought that it had ended.
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Kevin was at a dance.
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My mom went to do the dishes.
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And it's just me, my brother.
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And then Winnie Cooper came back.
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And I remember my brother rocketing up from the couch going, “Winnie’s back!
14.
Winnie's back!"
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1.
My niece loves —
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Believe it or not, she loves to wash dishes.
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- And she doesn't even — - She loves to wash dishes?
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Always. Always.
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It's like a therapy, she says.
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1.
I love ironing.
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Do you?
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I do.
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Wow.
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- Because you have to do it right. - It's a stress reliever.
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Otherwise, you're making more creases.
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More wrinkles.
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Yes.
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Yeah, but there's something therapeutic about seeing all these wrinkles and just—
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It's like my mom with washing dishes.
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She says there's something so soothing about washing dishes.
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And I said, "Okay, cool, whatever."
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I agree.
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I feel the same about washing and drying dishes.
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I like to do it by hand and I love vacuuming.