It isn’t the same as “swim against the tide” because to swim against the tide is to swim in the opposite direction the tide is going. However, to swim into the tide is to swim over to where the tide is.
For example: Swim into the tide “The teenager decided to swim into the tide so he could be brought back to the shore” Swim against the tide “Someone got caught in a rip and had to swim against the tide to get out”
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