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dissverb [T]

(-ss-) (also dis) uk   /dɪs/  us   /dɪs/ US slang
to speak or behave rudely to someone, or to show someone no respect: Don't diss me, man!
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Translations of “diss”
in Chinese (Simplified) 无礼对待,冒犯…
in Chinese (Traditional) 無禮對待,冒犯…
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