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tide British & World English

The alternate rising and falling of the sea, usually twice in each lunar day at a particular place, due to the attraction of the moon and sun

-tide British & World English

Denoting a specified time or season

tide English Thesaurus

ships come up the river with the tide

high tide British & World English

The state of the tide when at its highest level

low tide British & World English

The state of the tide when at its lowest level

red tide British & World English

A discoloration of seawater caused by a bloom of toxic red dinoflagellates

rip tide British & World English

Another term for rip.

tide mill British & World English

A mill with a waterwheel driven by the tide

tide rip British & World English

An area of rough water typically caused by opposing tides or by a rapid current passing over an uneven bottom

neap tide New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

tide with the least difference between high and low water

flood tide British & World English

An incoming tide

spring tide British & World English

A tide just after a new or full moon, when there is the greatest difference between high and low water

tide table British & World English

A table indicating the times of high and low tides at a particular place

spring tide New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

tide with the greatest difference between low and high water

save the tide British & World English

Get in and out of port while the tide lasts

turn the tide British & World English

Reverse the trend of events

tide someone over British & World English

Help someone through a difficult period, especially with financial assistance

swim with the tide British & World English

Act in accordance with (or against) the prevailing opinion or tendency

time and tide wait for no man British & World English

If you don’t make use of a favourable opportunity, you may never get the same chance again

neap British & World English

A tide just after the first or third quarters of the moon when there is least difference between high and low water

neap tide in neap British & World English

A tide just after the first or third quarters of the moon when there is least difference between high and low water

tideline British & World English

A line left or reached by the sea on a shore at the highest point of a tide

tidemark British & World English

A mark left or reached by the sea on a shore at the highest point of a tide

save the tide in save1 British & World English

Get in and out of port while the tide lasts

tide someone over in tide British & World English

Help someone through a difficult period, especially with financial assistance

turn the tide in turn British & World English

Reverse the trend of events

springtide British & World English

Term for springtime.

tidewater British & World English

Water brought or affected by tides

swim with the tide in swim British & World English

Act in accordance with (or against) the prevailing opinion or tendency

tide someone over in tide English Thesaurus

she needed a small loan to tide her over

time and tide wait for no man in time British & World English

If you don’t make use of a favourable opportunity, you may never get the same chance again

swim with or against the tide in swim British & World English

Act in accordance with (or against) the prevailing opinion or tendency