I expect the typical answer.. "IT DEPENDS".
If you use a dishpan or just put some water in the sink with the drain plugged, add a little soap, wash every dish and do a final rinse of all dishes at the end, I expect this would be more efficient. And, you can always use the dirty dishwater to dump on outside plants or in the compost to be extra efficient.
However, just yesterday, while I was walking my dog by a neighbor's house, I could hear the water running in their kitchen sink.. on full blast for quite a time as they stood there washing each dish and rinsing each under the running water before getting to the next dish with the water never stopping for a moment.
So, as is so often the case.. "IT DEPENDS".. it is HOW we do what we do, more than what we do in itself.
I look forward to the 'expert answer'.
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