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tide

US [taɪd]
UK [taɪd]
  • n.潮汐;潮流;潮水;趋势
  • v.顺应潮水航行;像潮水般汹涌(高涨,奔流);克服;使随潮水漂行
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Plural Form:tides  Present Participle:tiding  Past Tense:tided  
Tide
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n.
1.
[c][u]
潮;潮汐;潮水a regular rise and fall in the level of the sea, caused by the pull of the moon and sun; the flow of water that happens as the sea rises and falls
the ebb and flow of the tide
海潮的涨落
The tide is in/out .
涨潮╱退潮了。
Is the tide coming in or going out?
是在涨潮还是在落潮?
The body was washed up on the beach by the tide.
尸体被潮水冲上了海滩。
2.
[c][ususing]
潮流;趋势;动向the direction in which the opinion of a large number of people seems to be moving
It takes courage to speak out against the tide of opinion.
跟舆论趋向唱反调需要勇气。
3.
[c][ususing]
(难以控制的)恶潮,怒潮a large amount of sth unpleasant that is increasing and is difficult to control
There is anxiety about the rising tide of crime.
犯罪率日益增长令人忧虑。
4.
[sing]
~ of sth
高涨的情绪a feeling that you suddenly have that gets stronger and stronger
A tide of rage surged through her.
一股怒火燃遍她的全身。
5.
[sing]
时节;季节a time or season of the year
Christmastide
圣诞节节期
IDM
go, swim, etc. with/against the tide
顺应╱逆潮流;赶╱反潮流to agree with/oppose the attitudes or opinions that most other people have
the tide turned|turn the tide
转变运气;改变形势used to say that there is a change in sb's luck or in how successful they are being
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