"dish" can be a verb. You can see the conjugations below.

dish
[dɪʃ]
sustantivo
1. fuente (f) (bowl) (for serving); cazuela (f) (for cooking); plato (m) (food)
  • dishes -> platos mpl (crockery)
  • to do the dishes -> lavar los platos, fregar los cacharros
  • dish liquid or soap -> lavavajillas m inv (Estados Unidos)
  • dish towel (detergente) -> trapo (m) or paño (m) de cocina
verbo transitivo
2. (familiar)
  • to dish the dirt (on somebody) -> sacar los trapos sucios (de alguien), sacar los trapitos al sol (de alguien) (RP)

dish [dish-soup]
1. Servir las viandas en fuente o plato grande.
2. Ponerle copera a una rueda.
3. Atrapar, engañar, dar gato por liebre. (Germania; Alemania)
va.

dish [dɪʃ]
noun
1 (plate) plato (m); (serving dish) fuente (f); (food) plato (m); platillo (m); (Méx)
to wash or do the dishes fregar los platos; a typical Spanish dish un plato típico español
2 (TV) antena (f) parabólica; (Astron) reflector (m)
3 (girl, boy) bombón (informal) (m)
verb:transitive
[+hopes, chances] desbaratar
that's dished their chances of winning the cup
modifier
dish aerial (Britain)dish antenna (US) (n) antena (f) parabólica
dish soap (n) (US) lavavajillas (m)

Verb Conjugations for "dish" (go to el plato)

Indicative

Present
Preterit
Future
I dish I dished I will dish
you dish you dished you will dish
he/she dishes he/she dished he/she will dish
we dish we dished we will dish
you dish you dished you will dish
they dish they dished they will dish
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