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DISH

(dish),

dish

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

Abbreviation for diffuse idiopathic skeletal hyperostosis.
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Company officials say the Actionpacs help clean dishes because they dissolve three times faster than regular dish-washing tablets.
Its consistency is about like dish-washing soap, and once applied to a bore brush or patch, it stays there.
The line includes laundry and dish-washing detergent ($3.99 for 28-ounce liquid and $5.49 for 50-ounce powder), furniture polish ($4.59 for eight ounces), stain remover ($4.99 for 22 ounces), and several other items.
In some cases, the materials injected are not even silicone, but substitutes made from more readily available things such as dish-washing liquid or floor wax.
The European Commission finds itself at odds with the Member States over the issue of defining ecological criteria for awarding the EU eco-label for dish-washing detergents.
A friend, who is a professional painter, aught me this trick for killing wasps: Spray them on their nest with a solution of a little dish-washing detergent in a cup of water.