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tidal
American English: /ˈtaɪdl/
British English: /ˈtʌɪd(ə)l/

Translation of tidal in Spanish:

adjective

  • (river/estuary)
    con régimen de marea
    Example sentences
    • Because of its location east of the Isle of Wight, tidal currents make diving tricky.
    • However, when the tide slows and changes direction, the tidal currents again enter the bay and push the eddy out to sea.
    • The movement of water associated with tides can also result in the formation of tidal currents.

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