Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Dish"

The meaning of "Dish" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does pressed dish upon dish him and delicacy upon delicacy. mean?
A: When you use the same word with *upon* in between it usually means a lot of that there is a lot of that item: for example *clothes upon clothes* means a lot of clothes. And they pressed dish upon dish onto him would mean that they gave him dishes one after another without stop.
Q: What does dish soup mean?
A: The term is actually dish soap. It is not soup, but literally just soap made to clean dishes.
Q: What does dish mean?
A: or, a plate
Q: What does dish mean?
A: A dish could be a pot or pan, a bowl, plate, or anything that you cook or eat with. A dish can also be another word for meal. Example: That was a delicious dish you made. Or: Can you wash the dishes please?
Q: What does ​​she did dishes of her own accord mean?
A: It means that she did the dishes without being asked to do them.

Example sentences using "Dish"

Q: Please show me example sentences with what is best dishes in UK Britain ?
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A: "What are the best dishes in the UK?" "A popular dish is Fish and Chips. I like Haggis from Scotland as well."
Q: Please show me example sentences with dish the dirt.
A: You know what Jack got up to when he stayed out all last night? Dish the dirt.

If they treat me like an idiot, I'm going to dish the dirt about their accounting practices.
Q: Please show me example sentences with you don’t ... to wash the dishes .
A: You don’t have to wash the dishes.

You don’t want to wash the dishes.

You don’t need to wash the dishes.

I can’t think of any other examples right now.
Q: Please show me example sentences with dish out.
A: No if you just say dish then it refers to plate. “Why don’t you hand out that dish to the guests?” But if you say “dish out” America people will think you are saying the expression.
Q: Please show me example sentences with dish out.
A: Here are just the few common expressions I could think of. Hope it helps!
All along meaning all the time. all the same meaning no difference. As a rule meaning usually. As for me meaning in my opinion. As well meaning also, too. Be in charge of meaning be responsible for. By heart meaning memorizing. Break into meaning enter by force. Draw the line meaning to set a limit. Hold it! Meaning stop or wait. Get mixed up meaning get confused. For good meaning forever. Catch one's eye meaning attract attention. Even so meaning nevertheless or but. From now on meaning now and in the future. Had better meaning should. Catch on meaning to understand. Keep an eye out meaning to watch carefully. Mixed up meaning confused. To take charge meaning to take the lead. You bet meaning certainly. Having the upper hand meaning to have the advantage. To pull off meaning to succeed. Part with meaning to separate.

Synonyms of "Dish" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between dish and plate ?
Q: What is the difference between dish and plate ?
A: We use dish to represent a plate
Like in an restaurant they can ask did you choose your dish ?

And plate is the object that we use to put food or something !

I hope that you understood !
Q: What is the difference between dish and meal ?
A: @Martussia5 if you make pasta it is a dish, while the whole lunch is a meal. dishes (plural) means all the plates, forks etc you have to wash after the meal
Q: What is the difference between dish and food (I believe both mean something cooked to eat) ?
A: A dish refers to a single plate of food you would order, like an entreé or an appetizer, while food is a generalization for the whole meal, if you were saying something like "I am going to get some food."
Q: What is the difference between dish and meal ?
A: (Main "dish" is steak)
(Our "meal" is steak and potatoes)
Dish refers to a particular item, it is the specific where as Meal refers to the whole, it is general

Translations of "Dish"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? putting dishes on the table
A: Putting dishes on the table
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? dishes (pronunciation/pronuncia)
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? the dish
A: Eggs over Easy
Sunny Side up

(depends on where in the US) I'm southern
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I couldn’t say the dish was delicious even as flattery.
A: Yes, it makes perfect sense!
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? when you make any dish for the leftovers,how do you say it? remake is okay?
A: You could say something like "I'm just going to have some leftovers for lunch" or "I'm going to reheat some leftovers for dinner" if you are going to take an old meal (e.g. from yesterday) and have it again or finish it off today.

If you are using leftovers to make a new meal, you could say something like "I'm going to use some of the leftovers to make dinner tonight"

Other questions about "Dish"

Q: ●I was thinking just about you.

●She left always her dirty dishes in the sink. I think she expected actually me to do them for her. does this sound natural?
A: She left always her dirty dishes in the sink. I think she expected actually me to do them for her. does this sound natural?

This does sound a little unnatural so I just fixed a few things :)

-> She always left her dirty dishes in the sink. I think she actually expected me to do them for her.
Q: Although it is a B-grade dish, still it is a Japanese quality that guarantee you the taste. does this sound natural?
A: No problem 😊
Q: A: I need to do the dishes, but I don't have time.
B: You got it. (meaning, "I will do that for you.") does this sound natural?
A: I think you can still be understood. However, "you got it" is usually said when people directly ask you to help with something.
You can just say "I can lend you a hand/I can help you with that/Let me do it for you/etc.."
Q: I don't really like this dish usually, but when my auntie made it, it so delicious. Thank you aunt does this sound natural?
A: "Usually, I don't really like this dish, but when my auntie made it, it was so delicious."

"I don't usually like this dish, but when my auntie made it, it was so delicious."

Just the placement of "usually" was a bit unnatural. Otherwise, good job! ^^

Q: Making dish at myself is cheaper than eating out. does this sound natural?
A: Making a dish myself is cheaper than eating out.

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