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tide table Syllabification: tide ta·ble
Pronunciation: /ˈtīd ˌtābəl/

Definition of tide table in English:

noun

A table indicating the times of high and low tides at a particular place.
Example sentences
  • The Bay's entrance channel has a minimum depth around three feet, so you'll want to consult the tide table before making your entrance.
  • It effectively eliminates the need for a tide table - that ragged little key to surf conditions that's never around when you need it.
  • All ships shall carry adequate and up to date charts, sailing directions, lists of lights, notices to mariners, tide tables and other nautical publications necessary for the intended voyage.

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