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a tide that opposes another or other tides, causing a violent disturbance in the sea.
Also called rip, tide-rip. a stretch of turbulent water in the sea, caused by the meeting of currents or abrupt changes in depth
Also called rip current. a strong current, esp one flowing outwards from the shore, causing disturbance on the surface


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