Definition of low tide in English:

low tide

Syllabification: low tide

noun

The state of the tide when at its lowest level: islets visible at low tide
More example sentences
  • This means a body of water with semi-diurnal tides, like the Atlantic Ocean, will have two high tides and two low tides in one day.
  • As the moon orbits the spinning earth, there is a cycle of two high tides and two low tides about every 25 hours.
  • We get very high tides and very low tides every month and the seasons here never get over ninety degrees.

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