the tide at the point of maximum ebb.
the time of low water.
the lowest point of decline of anything:
His spirits were at low tide.
the tide when it is at its lowest level or the time at which it reaches this
a lowest point
/ˈləʊˌfɛlt; -ˌvɛlt/ noun 1. the lowveld, another name for bushveld
- Low-velocity zone
noun 1. a layer or zone in the earth in which the velocity of seismic waves is slightly lower than in the layers above and below. The asthenosphere is thought to be such a zone See asthenosphere
- Low voltage differential
hardware (LVD) A method of driving SCSI cables that will be formalised in the SCSI-3 specifications. LVD uses less power than the current differential drive (HVD), is less expensive and will allow the higher speeds of Ultra-2 SCSI. LVD requires 3.3 Volts DC instead of 5 Volts DC for HVD. (1999-02-16)
noun 1. water at its lowest level, as in a river. noun 1. another name for low tide (sense 1) 2. the state of any stretch of water at its lowest level 3. a situation of difficulty or point of least success, excellence, etc