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Oxford dictionary definition of the word tide:
the alternate rising and falling of the sea, usually twice in each lunar day at a particular place, due to the attraction of the moon and sun:
the changing patterns of the tides
they were driven on by wind and tide
the water as affected by the tide:
the rising tide covered the wharf
a powerful surge of feeling or trend of events:
he drifted into sleep on a tide of euphoria
we must reverse the growing tide of racism sweeping Europe
[no object, with adverbial of direction] archaic drift with or as if with the tide.
(of a ship) work in or out of harbour with the help of the tide.
tide someone over
help someone through a difficult period, especially with financial assistance:
she needed a small loan to tide her over
Old English tīd ‘time, period, era’, of Germanic origin; related to Dutch tijd and German Zeit, also to time. The sense relating to the sea dates from late Middle English