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The favourite dish with all ages was apple pie. The Sun (2016)Put the cherry tomatoes in an ovenproof dish. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Transfer to a serving dish and serve. Times, Sunday Times (2017)Pasta dishes are often delicious simply fried with a little olive oil the day after being made. The Sun (2017)Check consistency and let the dish cook some more if you desire a thicker sauce. The Sun (2017)Place in individual gratin dishes or one large dish. Times, Sunday Times (2017)Looking for a warming side dish? The Sun (2016)I adapted this recipe specifically with the fair in mind, slicing the peaches to make the dish easy to share. Times, Sunday Times (2016)It doesn't get any easier as the chefs come together for their next challenge - cooking their signature dishes for the three judges. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Stand them in an ovenproof dish in which they will fit snugly. Times, Sunday Times (2014)And the key to eating a dish of noodles? Times, Sunday Times (2014)Write her a poem and wash the dishes. The Sun (2010)The second part of our series in which chefs share their favourite summer dishes. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The slick restaurant serves exquisitely prepared dishes in a dining room with glass walls. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Swedish cuisine revolves mainly around meat and fish dishes. Cheap Eats Guide to Europe 1994 (1993)Transfer to a shallow dish and serve. Times, Sunday Times (2014)What dish would you choose to be your last supper? The Sun (2012)Stir the plums loosely through the fromage frais then transfer to pretty glass dishes or glasses. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The only way of doing this is by linking small radio dishes into one vast instrument. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Place the food in a dish large enough to lie in a single layer. Times, Sunday Times (2009)This dish is delicious with rice and a sharp green salad. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Try the signature dish of warm foie gras or the rabbit. Times, Sunday Times (2013)This is a dish to cook one day and eat the next. Times, Sunday Times (2012)We are reduced to washing our dirty dishes in the bath. The Sun (2015)Tucked at the side of the dish was a handful of undressed rocket from a bag. Times, Sunday Times (2014)In the mess hut we sit and make up new dishes. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Smear a roasting tin or ovenproof dish or dishes with a little of the butter. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Some have washing machines and outside facilities for washing dishes. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Fourth, they notice dishes in the sink. Christianity Today (2000)One of my favourite dishes is something a Cuban guy taught me in prison. Times, Sunday Times (2011)I've tried leaving the dishes in the sink and going to bed. The Sun (2007)
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British English: dish /dɪʃ/ NOUN
A dish is a shallow container used for cooking or serving food.
...a dish of spaghetti.
- American English: dish
- Arabic: طَبَق
- Brazilian Portuguese: travessa
- Chinese: 菜肴
- Croatian: posuda
- Czech: mísa
- Danish: tallerken
- Dutch: schaal schotel
- European Spanish: plato receta
- Finnish: astia ruokailuastia
- French: plat cuisine
- German: Schale Schüssel
- Greek: πιάτο
- Italian: piatto
- Japanese: 皿
- Korean: 접시
- Norwegian: fat
- Polish: naczynie
- European Portuguese: travessa
- Romanian: farfurie
- Russian: блюдо
- Spanish: plato alimento que se sirve en un plato
- Swedish: fat tallrik
- Thai: จาน
- Turkish: servis tabağı
- Ukrainian: блюдо
- Vietnamese: đĩa đựng thức ăn
Definition of dish from the Collins English Dictionary
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