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tidenoun [C]

us   /tɑɪd/
the rise and fall of the sea that happens twice every day: high/low tide
A tide is also any large change in something, esp. an increase in the amount of something: The tide of public opinion is turning against the president.
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Translations of “tide”
in Korean 조수…
in Arabic مَدّ, جَزْر…
in Malaysian pasang surut…
in French marée…
in Russian прилив и отлив, увеличение…
in Chinese (Traditional) 海洋, 潮汐, 潮水…
in Italian marea…
in Turkish gelgitle ilgili, gelgitli, büyük miktar…
in Polish pływ, fala…
in Spanish marea…
in Vietnamese thủy triều…
in Portuguese maré…
in Thai ปรากฏการณ์น้ำขึ้นน้ำลง…
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…
in Indonesian pasang…
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