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1dis

verb \ˈdis\

: to treat (someone) with disrespect : to be rude to (someone)

: to criticize (something) in a way that shows disrespect

disseddis·sing

Full Definition of DIS

transitive verb
1
slang :  to treat with disrespect or contempt :  insult
2
slang :  to find fault with :  criticize

Variants of DIS

dis also diss
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Examples of DIS

  1. <don't you go dissing somebody just because you've got a few more dead presidents than they do>
  2. <a DJ who has dissed every album that rapper has put out>

Origin of DIS

short for disrespect
First Known Use: 1980

Rhymes with DIS

2dis

noun

Definition of DIS

1
slang :  a disparaging remark or act :  insult <was meant as a tribute, not a disVibe>
2
slang :  disrespect

Variants of DIS

dis also diss

Examples of DIS

  1. <that's a dis that a person of any color should find offensive>
  2. <in the hood any dis is dealt with harshly>

First Known Use of DIS

1986

3dis

abbreviation

Definition of DIS

1
discharge
2
discount
3
distance

Dis

noun \ˈdis\

Definition of DIS

:  the Roman god of the underworld — compare pluto

Origin of DIS

Latin
First Known Use: 1567

Other Mythology and Folklore Terms

elysian, fay, muse, nimbus, phoenix

Rhymes with DIS

Medical Dictionary

dis

abbreviation

Medical Definition of DIS

1
disabled
2
disease

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