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Pronunciation of Ebbs: Learn how to pronounce Ebbs in English correctly

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Oxford dictionary definition of the word ebb:

noun
(usually the ebb)
the movement of the tide out to sea:
the tide was on the ebb
[as modifier]:
the ebb tide
verb
[no object]
1(of tidewater) move away from the land; recede:
the tide began to ebb
Compare with flow.
2(of an emotion or quality) gradually decrease:
my enthusiasm was ebbing away
Phrases

at a low ebb

in a weakened or depressed state:
the country was at a low ebb due to the recent war
ebb and flow

a recurrent pattern of coming and going or decline and regrowth:
the ebb and flow of state politics and power
Origin:

Old English ebba (noun), ebbian (verb), of West Germanic origin; related to Dutch ebbe (noun), ebben (verb), and ultimately to of which had the primary sense ‘away from’