Definition of 'dish up'
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Hawker stalls dish up local flavour and atmosphere. Times, Sunday Times (2007)The food's not only inedible but is dished up in large portions. The Sun (2009)Fans should applaud them for dishing up something new, but may not be enthralled by the results. The Sun (2008)If this is what she dishes up for starters, we await the rest with relish! The Sun (2009)In the unit opposite, Brixton Cornercopia, a deli and restaurant dishing up locally grown and foraged foods, may never have got started without similarly generous terms. Times, Sunday Times (2012)
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