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a particular item of prepared food

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the quantity that a dish will hold

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a very attractive or seductive looking woman

directional antenna consisting of a parabolic reflector for microwave or radio frequency radiation

an activity that you like or at which you are superior

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provide (usually but not necessarily food)

make concave

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IN 447 PAGES OF EXTRAORDINARY detail, English biographer Sarah ,Bradford has dished the dirt on Jackie O, trashed the glare of Cam, and told us more about the Bouviers and the Kennedys than most of us will probably ever want to know.
Flipping through old yearbooks and laughing over the pictures of old scenes, they dished the dirt about who'd been the best student and who'd put on a few post-graduation pounds.
The stage show featured original MGM movie footage and Debbie dished the dirt on some of her many husbands.
I opened the doors to the Martin clan for top Irish celebrity magazine RSVP -and dished the dirt on what really goes on in showbiz.
Edwina Currie only dished the dirt for publicity and you are giving it.
WEAKEST Link broadcaster Anne Robinson has dished the dirt on her formidable mother 'The Duchess' in her autobiography Memoirs of an Unfit Mother.