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uk   us   /taɪd/

tide noun (SEA)

B2 [C] the ​rise and ​fall of the ​sea that ​happenstwice every ​day: high/​low tide The tide is out/in.
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tide noun (CHANGE)

[S] literary a ​noticeablechange in a ​situation or ​increase in a ​particulartype of ​behaviour: We must ​look for ​ways of stemming (= ​stopping) the ​rising tide ofprotest.


uk   us   /-taɪd/ old use
a ​period of ​time: Yuletide
(Definition of tide from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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tidenoun [C]

 us   /tɑɪd/
the ​rise and ​fall of the ​sea that ​happenstwice every ​day: high/​low tide A tide is also any ​largechange in something, esp. an ​increase in the ​amount of something: The tide of ​publicopinion is ​turning against the ​president.
(Definition of tide from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Traducciones de “tide”
en coreano 조수…
en árabe مَدّ, جَزْر…
in Malaysian pasang surut…
en francés marée…
en ruso прилив и отлив, увеличение…
en chino (tradicionál) 海洋, 潮汐, 潮水…
en italiano marea…
en turco gelgitle ilgili, gelgitli, büyük miktar…
en polaco pływ, fala…
en español marea…
in Vietnamese thủy triều…
en portugués maré…
in Thai ปรากฏการณ์น้ำขึ้นน้ำลง…
en alemán die Gezeiten(pl.)…
en catalán marea…
en japonés 潮の干満, 満ち引き…
en chino (simplificado) 海洋, 潮汐, 潮水…
in Indonesian pasang…
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