Tidal waves

Tidal waves

ˈtaɪdl weɪvz
ˈtaɪdəl weɪvz
Definition: An exceptionally large ocean wave, especially one caused by an underwater earthquake or volcanic eruption.
Meaning: Sóng thủy triều
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How to use "Tidal waves" vocabulary in sentence (example)

They aren't tidal waves but are actually caused from the forces of the moon and the sun and other planets in our solar system which affects tides.

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Tidal waves are not only caused by the solar system, but they can also be caused by wind as it makes its way across the water.

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