The tide is coming in.
What does "There is a tide" imply?
For instance, in my father's business the timing of sales and purchases was very important, and he would sometimes write or say to his colleagues "There is a tide," without going into detail.
Pitching camp on sand banks that go under at high tide is a truly stupid thing to do.
I walked along the beach when the tide ebbed.
There is a tide is, in fact, from a passage in Shakespeare's Julius Caesar.
Because of his determination, he was able to tide over the crisis.
For good or ill, there is no way but this to tide over the difficulty.
turn back the commercial tide
A sudden tide of emotions has made me cry
The film's portrayal of a powerless woman dragged along by the tide of events doesn't lend itself to edge of the seat plot twists.
Everyone expected high tides.
river of blood, turning the tide, cause of the flood
przypływ; falling/low tide
to stem this tide = to stop this tendency before it begins