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Correct spelling for the English word "dish" is [d_ˈɪ_ʃ], [dˈɪʃ], [dˈɪʃ]] (IPA phonetic alphabet).

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Plural form of DISH is DISHES

Definition of DISH

  1. dish, n. a plate: a vessel in which food is served: the food in a dish: a particular kind of food: the condition of having a dish shape, concavity of form.--v.t. to put in a dish, for table: (coll.) to outwit, to defeat.--ns. DISH'-CLOUT, DISH'-CLOTH; DISH'-COV'ER, a cover for a dish to keep it hot.--adj. DISH'-FACED; having a round, flat face.--ns. DISH'FUL; DISH'ING, putting in a dish.--adj. hollow like a dish.--n. DISH'-WA'TER, water in which dishes have been washed.--DISH UP, to serve up, esp. figuratively of old materials cooked up anew. [A.S. disc, a plate, a dish, a table--L. discus. Doublets, disc and desk; cf. Ger. tisch, a table.]

Anagrams of DISH

4 letters

  • hids.

3 letters

  • dis,
  • hid,
  • his,
  • ids.

2 letters

Common Misspellings for DISH

Below is the list of 301 misspellings for the word "dish".

Similar spelling words for DISH

Usage Examples for DISH

  1. Every time she brought in a new dish or took off a cover it was a sort of miracle. - "Adventures In Friendship" by David Grayson
  2. Across this porch of light Rollo stepped, bearing a covered dish. - "Romance Island" by Zona Gale
  3. Thaddeus was too much absorbed in the scene he had left to take anything but a dish of coffee. - "Thaddeus of Warsaw" by Jane Porter
  4. Thee wilt drink a dish of tea with us this evening, William? - "Mrs. Halliburton's Troubles" by Mrs. Henry Wood
  5. 05 1 baking dish . - "Ontario Teachers' Manuals: Household Management" by Ministry of Education

What does dish stand for?

Abbreviation DISH means:

  1. Dietary Intervention Study of Hypertension
  2. Data Interchange in Shipping

Conjugate verb Dish

CONDITIONAL PERFECT

I would have dished
you would have dished
he/she/it would have dished
we would have dished
they would have dished
I would have dish
you would have dish
he/she/it would have dish
we would have dish
they would have dish

CONDITIONAL PERFECT PROGRESSIVE

I would have been dishing
you would have been dishing
he/she/it would have been dishing
we would have been dishing
they would have been dishing

CONDITIONAL PRESENT

I would dish
you would dish
he/she/it would dish
we would dish
they would dish

CONDITIONAL PRESENT PROGRESSIVE

I would be dishing
you would be dishing
he/she/it would be dishing
we would be dishing
they would be dishing

FUTURE

I will dish
you will dish
he/she/it will dish
we will dish
they will dish

FUTURE CONTINUOUS

I will be dishing
you will be dishing
he/she/it will be dishing
we will be dishing
they will be dishing

FUTURE PERFECT

I will have dished
you will have dished
he/she/it will have dished
we will have dished
they will have dished

FUTURE PERFECT CONTINUOUS

I will have been dishing
you will have been dishing
he/she/it will have been dishing
we will have been dishing
they will have been dishing

IMPERATIVE

you dish
we let´s dish

NONFINITE VERB FORMS

to dish

PAST CONTINUOUS

I was dishing
you were dishing
he/she/it was dishing
we were dishing
they were dishing

PAST PARTICIPLE

dished

PAST PERFECT

I had dished
you had dished
he/she/it had dished
we had dished
they had dished

PAST PERFECT CONTINUOUS

I had been dishing
you had been dishing
he/she/it had been dishing
we had been dishing
they had been dishing

PRESENT

I dish
you dish
he/she/it dishes
we dish
they dish

PRESENT CONTINUOUS

I am dishing
you are dishing
he/she/it is dishing
we are dishing
they are dishing

PRESENT PARTICIPLE

dishing

PRESENT PERFECT

I have dished
you have dished
he/she/it has dished
we have dished
they have dished

PRESENT PERFECT CONTINUOUS

I have been dishing
you have been dishing
he/she/it has been dishing
we have been dishing
they have been dishing

PRESENT SUBJUNCTIVE

he/she/it dish

SIMPLE PAST

I dished
you dished
he/she/it dished
we dished
they dished
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