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diss

 (dĭs)
v.
Variant of dis.

diss

(dɪs) or

dis

vb
slang chiefly US to treat (someone) with contempt
[C20: originally Black rap slang, short for disrespect]

diss


Past participle: dissed
Gerund: dissing

Imperative
diss
diss
Present
I diss
you diss
he/she/it disses
we diss
you diss
they diss
Preterite
I dissed
you dissed
he/she/it dissed
we dissed
you dissed
they dissed
Present Continuous
I am dissing
you are dissing
he/she/it is dissing
we are dissing
you are dissing
they are dissing
Present Perfect
I have dissed
you have dissed
he/she/it has dissed
we have dissed
you have dissed
they have dissed
Past Continuous
I was dissing
you were dissing
he/she/it was dissing
we were dissing
you were dissing
they were dissing
Past Perfect
I had dissed
you had dissed
he/she/it had dissed
we had dissed
you had dissed
they had dissed
Future
I will diss
you will diss
he/she/it will diss
we will diss
you will diss
they will diss
Future Perfect
I will have dissed
you will have dissed
he/she/it will have dissed
we will have dissed
you will have dissed
they will have dissed
Future Continuous
I will be dissing
you will be dissing
he/she/it will be dissing
we will be dissing
you will be dissing
they will be dissing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been dissing
you have been dissing
he/she/it has been dissing
we have been dissing
you have been dissing
they have been dissing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been dissing
you will have been dissing
he/she/it will have been dissing
we will have been dissing
you will have been dissing
they will have been dissing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been dissing
you had been dissing
he/she/it had been dissing
we had been dissing
you had been dissing
they had been dissing
Conditional
I would diss
you would diss
he/she/it would diss
we would diss
you would diss
they would diss
Past Conditional
I would have dissed
you would have dissed
he/she/it would have dissed
we would have dissed
you would have dissed
they would have dissed
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.diss - treat, mention, or speak to rudelydiss - treat, mention, or speak to rudely; "He insulted her with his rude remarks"; "the student who had betrayed his classmate was dissed by everyone"
spite, bruise, injure, offend, hurt - hurt the feelings of; "She hurt me when she did not include me among her guests"; "This remark really bruised my ego"
Translations

diss

[ˈdɪs] vtdébiner
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