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high tide

a. the tide at its highest level
b. the time at which it reaches this

high tide

[′hī ¦tīd]
(oceanography)
The maximum height reached by a rising tide. Also known as high water.
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The greatest muting of tides occurred at CM, TE1, and TE2; high tides at these sites were ~0.
COASTAL areas of Wales were on alert last night as high tides were forecast to coincide with fierce winds.
Eaglescliffe based Nifco UK has put in place its own threeyear operative training programme, helping to boost skills in Teesside by partnering with Middlesbrough College - also a member of High Tide - to provide PS285k worth of training.
Mumbai, June 15 ( ANI ): Mumbai witnessed high tides at the Gateway of India on Sunday, reminding people of the floods of July 26, 2005.
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Besides, they should be careful about the movement of seawater, particularly low and high tides.
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The River Severn near the Second Crossing is a good place to witness the high tide <B
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But the 51,000-tonne ship, which was listing at 52 degrees, has now refloated of its own accord on the high tide and is being towed away to be assessed.
Officials said the four engineers had left their hotel in Hajira for a Sunday fun trip to the beach and added that they had been warned by the people at the beach about the high tide, but still ventured into the danger zone, only to be swept away.