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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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I read the article about some residents shouting at horse riders and chasing them in 'Dishing the Dirt' (6.8.11).
Rebecca, who co-presents Dishing The Dirt with This Morning chef Phil Vickery, says: "It's true I could have done something different - either something totally different with my life or at least somepresented thing different within television - but I am naturally drawn to programmes such as Dishing The Dirt.
Yet it's not until very late in the book that Wild finally starts dishing the dirt on Starbucks and Nestle, whom he seemingly regards as only slightly less reprehensible than Idi Amin.
However, when it came to dishing the dirt on the negative aspects, the majority of all Welsh office workers surveyed failed to come up with anything at all they disliked about their boss.
His old school pal Nick has been dishing the dirt on his womanising ways.
Justin Timberlake: The Unofficial Book, which costs pounds 9.99, charts his rise to fame, as well as dishing the dirt on his relationship with Britney Spears and other female celebs.
is an eight-part series, dishing the dirt on some of Britain's grottiest houses.
WOMEN are better at dishing the dirt on their cars.
We were hoping this new Robson Green (above) show would be the one-time Soldier Soldier star dishing the dirt on all his fellow Geordies, such as Gazza, Cheryl Cole, Sting or Ant & Dec.