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Chinese (Traditional) translation of “dish (sth) up”

dish (sth) up

UK informal phrasal verb with dish /dɪʃ/ verb
to make or serve a meal
做(飯)
Come to the table everybody - I'm ready to dish (supper) up.
大家上桌吧——我已經準備好(晚飯)了。
What's the canteen dishing up for us today?
食堂今天給我們吃甚麼?
Providing and serving meals
(Definition of dish (sth) up phrasal verb, verb from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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