dish out (2)
This page is about the phrasal verb dish out (2)INFORMAL
Meaning: If you dish out something like criticism or advice, you give it often and without much thought.Synonym: dole out (informal), hand out
- dish out sth When he gets drunk, Barry dishes out praise that's too high, or he dishes out criticism that's too strong. He never seems to get it right.
- dish sth out The more someone understands about life, the less likely they are to dish advice or criticism out to people.
Ruth must think she's some sort of expert on human behaviour. She's always dishing out
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Contributor: Matt Errey