English version

high tide

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Nature, Water
high tideˌhigh ˈtide noun  1 [countable, uncountable]DNTTW the point or time at which the sea reaches its highest level opp low tide High tide is at seven in the morning.at high tide The waves became much more powerful at high tide.2 [singular]BEST the time when something is at its best or most successful the high tide in the party’s fortunes
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high tideYet the high tide of nationalism was still to come, from two World Wars and the colonial revolution.
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