Dish and Talk

Dish

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Dish noun – Information or opinion that is widely disseminated without any authority or confirmation of accuracy.
Usage example: she's the one to go to if you want the latest office dish

Talk and dish are semantically related. In some cases you can use "Talk" instead the word "Dish" as a verb or a noun.
Nearby Words: dished, dishing, dishy, dishful
Synonyms for Dish

Talk

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Talk noun – Information or opinion that is widely disseminated without any authority or confirmation of accuracy.
Usage example: her wild behavior is exciting some lurid talk

Dish and talk are semantically related. Sometimes you can use "Dish" instead the word "Talk" as a verb or a noun.
Nearby Words: talking, talkative, talker, talkie
Synonyms for Talk

How words are described

sweet sweet dish sweet talk
good good dish good talk
nice nice dish nice talk
special special dish special talk
Other adjectives: simple, big, little, secret, new, hot, final, last, different, said.

Both words in one sentence

  • New Yorkers get particularly indignant when Chicagoans talk up Chicago deep dish, retorting that deep dish "isn't pizza," an insult that quickly riles the Chicagoans up to no end.
  • Normally, the cheftestants talk about a dish they're preparing or explaining the challenge to the viewer.
  • Series / My Kitchen Rules Steve caused quite a huge stir in the Garden Party challenge when he actually dared to talk back against Pete when the latter criticized his dish.
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