Does "meal, dish, and food" have all the same meaning?
"Meal, dish, and food" each have a different meaning. "Meal" refers to a variety of foods and dishes eaten together, usually for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. A "dish" is a type of prepared food, and is usually a part of a "meal". "Food" describes anything humans eat that provides nutrition. Ex: My meal for lunch today is chicken, broccoli, and pasta. Ex: One of the dishes in my meal is pasta. Ex: I'm so hungry, I will eat any food right now.
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