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1. verb, slang To insult or disrespect someone. Did you hear what she said? You just got dissed, bro. These two rappers always seem to be dissing each other on Twitter.
2. noun, slang An insult or instance of disrespect; a put-down. A: "Nice ears, Dumbo." B: "Ooh, what a diss. Like I don't know my ears stick out, come on."


tv. to belittle someone; to show disrespect for someone. (From disrespect.) Please stop dissing my little sister. She didn’t do any of those things.

dis(s) (on someone)

in. to belittle [someone]; to show disrespect [for someone]. (From disrespect.) Gary is such a complainer. All he does is diss.
See also: diss, on, someone


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Since all data/instructions among components are transmitting through their DISs, data loss may occur due to failure of DISs, as explained in event one.
"The role of salt in the Late Woodland to Early Mississippian transition in southwest Alabama." PhD diss., University of Alabama, 2007.
"A Comparison of 'Aims' and 'Modes' Approaches to the Teaching of Junior College Freshman Composition Both with and without an Auxiliary Writing Lab." Diss. U of Texas at Austin, 1973.
* Leader-of-the-Pack Attack Then there's the diss of the Sam-the-Queen-Bee-and-Her-Gutless-Followers variety.
Each participant was given a booklet containing the PDT and DISS plus a demographic sheet.
The Cognitive Dissonance Test (DISS) was designed to alert individuals of the presence and nature of cognitive dissonance they are currently experiencing.
He said the security agency had bench marked internationally and shall institute best practices to ensure that there was accountability within the DISS without compromising its operations as currently there was no legal instrument in Botswana to enable undertaking of a specialised financial audit.
Drake already recorded a diss track to respond to Pusha T, but it looks like the song won't see the light of the day.
Tyson repeatedly chants, 'If you show up, it's going down/I'm gonna teach him how to knock your a out.' He even teased a snap on Twitter where he is seen recording his diss track.
A comprehensive Study of the Horn in Belgium, 1789-1960." Laureate Programme diss., Orpheus Institute, Ghent, Belgium, 2008.
The 48-year-old said he hoped his system - called 'Know Diss' - would keep children safe from online bullies.
"Up from obscurity: Indian rights activism and the development of tribal-state relations in the 1970s and the 1980s Deep South." PhD diss., University of Arizona, 2007.
Hummeroid Arnold Schwarzenegger disses Arianna Huffington while claiming he does not now and never has dissed women, much less pawed or groped.
In the movie, Eminem's character launches a rhyming attack against an assembly-line worker who disses the gay guy at the plant.
For her, Jones' piece is the culminating achievement of the "ideological boosters of utilitarian art [who] hark back to the political crusades of the sixties"; it is the icon of the undiscussable, "dissed blacks, abused women, or disfranchised homosexuals"; it is a symptom of the death of the kind of esthetic "disinterestedness" in which the "grandeur of the individual spirit" transcends "the political clout of the group."