||the tide in its outgoing phase. (Cf. flood tide.)
||the inflowing tide; rising tide. [3 definitions]
||the condition or point in time of a tide halfway between its peak ebb and flow.
||the highest point reached by a tide, or the time of day when this happens.
||the tide at its lowest water level, or the time when this happens.
||a brownish red discoloration of sea waters caused by a local overabundance of certain single-celled algae that are toxic to many forms of marine life.
||the tides that occur soon after the new or full moon and have the greatest rise and fall. (Cf. neap.) [2 definitions]
||to support through some temporary difficulty, usually a lack of money.
||a body of water from the sea that remains as a rocky pool on the beach when the waves move back from the shore. Many types of aquatic animals and plants can live in a tide pool.
|turn the tide
||to reverse or change significantly the course of events, tendency of opinion, or the like.