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dished

[ disht ]
/ dɪʃt /
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adjective

concave: a dished face.
Older Slang. exhausted; worn out.
(of a parallel pair of vehicle wheels) farther apart at the top than at the bottom.

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Origin of dished

First recorded in 1580–90; dish + -ed2
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British Dictionary definitions for dished

dished
/ (dɪʃt) /

adjective

shaped like a dish; concave
(of a pair of road wheels) arranged so that they are closer to one another at the bottom than at the top
informal exhausted or defeated
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