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Spanish translation of “dish”

dish

noun /diʃ/
a plate, bowl etc in which food is brought to the table
plato
a large shallow dish.
food mixed and prepared for the table
plato
She served us an interesting dish containing chicken and almonds.
dishtowel noun (American ) a small towel used for drying dishes; tea cloth(British ), tea towel(British)
Paño
dishwasher noun a machine for washing dishes
lavavajillas, lavaplatos
Have you emptied the dishwasher yet?
dish-washing noun the job of washing soiled dishes.
lavar los platos
dishwater noun water used for washing dishes
agua sucia
She poured the dirty dishwater down the sink.
dish out phrasal verb to distribute or give to people
distribuir, repartir
He dished out the roast potatoes.
(Definition of dish from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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