container for holding or serving food (usually shallow and flat-bottomed)
food, etc. served in the container
plates, bowls, cups, etc. used for a meal; crockery
physically attractive person
put (the food for a meal) into dishes, ready to be eaten; serve out to several people
ruin sb's hopes or chances; prevent sb from succeeding
"we gave them a set of dishes for a wedding present"
"she prepared a special dish for dinner"
"they served me a dish of rice"
"chemistry is not my cup of tea"
"his bag now is learning to play golf"
"marriage was scarcely his dish"
"We serve meals for the homeless"
"She dished out the soup at 8 P.M."
"The entertainers served up a lively show"
Supper was over and the dishes dipped and wiped.
出自： J. Steinbeck
The Boys moved about, serving..vegetables from silver dishes.
出自： D. Welch
A shallow ovenproof dish.
They [turnips] may be dished in the centre of..mutton cutlets.
出自： E. Acton
The chef dished out the salad.
She dished out the food.
She was dishing out food to children.
Stand at the door and dish out the papers as the students come in.
They dish out clean towels on Monday.
There were students dishing out leaflets to passer-by.
Aunt Mabel likes to dish out advise to young people, whether they want it or not.
This young teacher dishes out rewards to his students to try to win their favour.
全家人都入席了吗?我准备上菜。 dish sth ⇔ up
He dished up the stew.
Help me dish up the vegetables.
帮我把蔬菜盛起来。 dish sth ⇔ up
I hope the next speaker dishes up his arguments in a more interesting manner.
He dished up a lot of useful facts and figures.
They're dishing up the usual arguments in a new form.