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In this article about male friendships, there are two references to "dish":

"Well, what do you have for me?" Dish, she meant – like maybe some of that marital strife.

and:

"What do you got for me? Any dish?"

I'm a pretty confident non-native speaker, and I know it refers to neither food nor plates and bowls nor antennas. Nor this sexist talk.

I'm pretty sure this is about gossip or something in that area but I couldn't find any sources.

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Yes, it means gossip. See here.

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    It seems that verbs may be nouned. Apr 23, 2014 at 9:17
  • That only seems fair, since you seem to have verbed noun :)
    – naughtilus
    Jul 9, 2014 at 8:55
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It means should be patter. We can replace patter.

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