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DISH

(dish),

dish

(dish),
A shallow container, usually of concave form.

dish

(dish) a shallow vessel of glass or other material for laboratory work.
Petri dish  a shallow glass dish for growing bacterial cultures.

DISH

Abbreviation for diffuse idiopathic skeletal hyperostosis.
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Filming Dishing The Dirt has been a high-pressure experience, too, because we are taking on some pretty big names in the world of catering and hotels.
And Trevor Keating will be back on the showbiz sofa for the Friday slot, dishing the dirt on what's been going on behind the celebrity scenes.
But the sexy presenter isn't dishing the dirt on old flame George Clooney.
To scupper her own chances, she makes a speech dishing the dirt on herself.
Maybe Liam was feeling a tad isolated with Nicole absent and Patsy dishing the dirt.
DESPERATE Housewife Teri Hatcher is dishing the dirt on her career in a tell-all book.
Her college pal, Lorne Holligan, 19, from Old Kilpatrick, agrees: "I think women are far more interested in dishing the dirt.
If you need any tips on dishing the dirt Bri, you know who to call
Oh dear - it looks like someone has been dishing the dirt on sexy High Road star Natalie Robb.
And Eileen Reid will be dishing the dirt after scooping the top title in last week's reality TV show, Celebrity 252.
You'd hardly need a crystal ball to reason it wouldn't take much to lure this unpleasant piece of work, once he'd been dumped, out of his pit with the spiteful intention of dishing the dirt.
They were apparently sharing their experiences of making the switch between league and union - no doubt dishing the dirt on the personalities to avoid.