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tide

noun /taid/
the regular, twice-a-day ebbing and flowing movement of the sea
marea
It’s high/low tide The tide is coming in / going out.
tidal adjective of or affected by tides
de (la) marea
tidal currents a tidal river.
tidal wave noun an enormous wave in the sea, caused by an earthquake etc
maremoto
The tidal wave swamped many coastal villages.
Translations of “tide”
in Korean 조수…
in Arabic مَدّ, جَزْر…
in French marée…
in Italian marea…
in Chinese (Traditional) 海洋, 潮汐, 潮水…
in Russian прилив и отлив, увеличение…
in Turkish gelgitle ilgili, gelgitli, büyük miktar…
in Polish pływ, fala…
in Portuguese maré…
in German die Gezeiten(pl.)…
in Catalan marea…
in Japanese 潮の干満, 満ち引き…
in Chinese (Simplified) 海洋, 潮汐, 潮水…
(Definition of tide from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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