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Compare Dutch getij (tide).


Tide f (genitive Tide, plural Tiden)

  1. tide
    • 2010, 8 July, Michael Stoessinger, “Ein Bild von einem Meer”, in: Stern 28
      – Da fangen Sie ja wenig. – Wieso datt denn? – Einmal im Jahr. – Nee, Quatsch, jetzt. Nach jeder Tide.
      - Then you don’t catch a lot. – Why that? – Once a year. – No, humbug, now. After each tide.

External links[edit]

  • Tide in Duden online