Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • noun Dishes, as of glass, plastic, or china, used in serving food.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • noun eating and serving dishes collectively.

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  • noun crockery used for serving or cooking food

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  • noun tableware (eating and serving dishes) collectively

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Examples

  • The right dishware is critical to a good meal and the right management are imperative in order to make sure things are properly handled.

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  • (03 November 2006) - Lorena Barrezueta is a Brooklyn-based ceramic artist who has been getting a lot of attention for her porcelain dishware, which is cast from aluminum takeout containers.

    Cool Hunting

  • (03 November 2006) - Lorena Barrezueta is a Brooklyn-based ceramic artist who has been getting a lot of attention for her porcelain dishware, which is cast from aluminum takeout containers.

    Cool Hunting

  • (03 November 2006) - Lorena Barrezueta is a Brooklyn-based ceramic artist who has been getting a lot of attention for her porcelain dishware, which is cast from aluminum takeout containers.

    Cool Hunting

  • (03 November 2006) - Lorena Barrezueta is a Brooklyn-based ceramic artist who has been getting a lot of attention for her porcelain dishware, which is cast from aluminum takeout containers.

    Cool Hunting

  • Rickie had played shortstop for a church league, and when she hurled dishware it did not idly sail through the air.

    Miracles, Inc.

  • On March 11, he ran to higher ground with his wife, barely escaping the powerful tsunami that washed away his home and dishware store.

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  • On March 11, he ran to higher ground with his wife, barely escaping the powerful tsunami that washed away his home and dishware store.

    Tsunami Zone Residents Scorn Tokyo Jockeying

  • “For every one of our agents you kill, we will kill one of your generals,” Donovan said, pounding the table with his fist and clanking the dishware.

    Wild Bill Donovan

  • Rickie had played shortstop for a church league, and when she hurled dishware it did not idly sail through the air.

    Miracles, Inc.

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