Definition of dis in English:

dis

Syllabification: dis
informal

verb

(also diss) (diss, dissing, dissed) [with object]
  • Speak disrespectfully to or criticize: I don’t like her dissing my friends a campaign of forum postings and emails dissing the company maybe you should stop dissing psychics and discover that part of yourself
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    • At first, she won't speak to him, mad that he dissed her in front of their captain.
    • The last thing I want to do is start dissing the judge.
    • It's bad enough that he's forced to preside over four days of the Queen's jubilee coverage, but then he's attacked by BBC viewers for dissing Her Majesty.

noun

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  • Disrespectful talk: the airwaves bristle with the sexual dis of shock jocks

Origin

1980s: abbreviation of disrespect.

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