trodden

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İngilizce - Türkçe
yürü
çiğne/yürü
f., bak. tread
trodden out
{f} üstüne bas
trodden on
üstüne basılmış
trodden out
(Otomotiv) ayakla basılmış
trodden on
Doğum trodden
trodden on
üstüne baş(mak)
tread
ayak altında çiğnemek
tread
arşınlamak
tread
lastik sırtı
tread
(Otomotiv) sırt

Bir lastik sırtını kaybederse, yeni bir tane alma zamanıdır. - When a tire loses its tread, it's time to buy a new one.

tread
diş
tread
adım
tread
(İnşaat) basar
tread
merdiven basamağı
tread
başak
tread
ayak basışı/sesi
tread
ezmek
tread
lastik tırtılı
tread
{f} yürü

Yüzme öğrenmek için öncelikle suda yürümeyi öğrenmelisin. - In order to swim, you have to learn to tread water first.

tread
çiğnemek
tread
katetmek
tread
üzerinde yürümek
tread
Otomobil Lastik dişleri
well trodden
iyi trodden
well trodden
İşlek, sıklıkla gidilip gelinen
well-trodden
iyi trodden
tread
{i} çiftleşme (erkek kuş)
tread
ince iplik
tread
{f} çiftleşmek (erkek kuş)
tread
{f} on -e basmak, -in üzerine basmak: tread on a nail çiviye basmak
tread
{i} pedallar arası açıklık
tread
{f} adımlamak
tread
çiftleşmek
tread
{f} (trod, trod.den/trod)
tread
basış
tread
dans figürü yapmak
tread
yürümek
tread
{f} basmak
tread
basamak
tread
lastik tırnağı
tread
yürüyüş
tread
{i} ayak sesi
tread
tekerleğin veya ayakkabının yere temas eden kısmı
tread
(Askeri) Ayak basmak, ayak altında çiğnemek
tread
{i} ayakkabı tabanı
tread
lastik

Bir lastik sırtını kaybederse, yeni bir tane alma zamanıdır. - When a tire loses its tread, it's time to buy a new one.

tread
vida dişi
tread
merdiven basamağının döşeme tahtası
tread
ayakla ezmek
tread
{f} on -e basmak, -i çiğnemek: Don't tread on the
İngilizce - İngilizce
crushed by being walked on
Past participle of tread
crushed or broken by being stepped upon heavily; "her trampled flowers lay crushed and broken"; "the grass was trodden and muddy"
of Tread
Trodden is the past participle of tread. the past participle of tread
trodden water
Past participle of tread water
tread
Simple past tense and past participle of tread
tread
To step on or over

Don't tread on the lawn.

tread
The sound made when someone or something is walking

But when, after a singularly heavy tread and the jingle of spurs on the platform, the door flew open to the newcomer, he seemed a realization of our worst expectations.

tread
The horizontal part of a step in a flight of stairs
tread
The groves on the bottom of a shoe or other footwear, used to give grip or traction
tread
To beat with one's feet; to trample
well-trodden
Describing a route or path that is frequently used

He beat the familiar and well-trodden path to her door.

tread
{n} a step with the foot, path
tread
{v} to set the foot, walk, beat, crush, cover
well trodden
1. Frequently trodden, much walked on.2. (fig.) Much frequented, visited, or dealt with
tread
To beat or press with the feet; as, to tread a path; to tread land when too light; a well- trodden path
tread
mate with; "male birds tread the females"
tread
Horizontal walking surface on a stair
tread
The tread of a tyre or shoe is the pattern of thin lines cut into its surface that stops it slipping. The fat, broad tyres had a good depth of tread
tread
The length of a vessel's keel
tread
If you say that someone is treading water, you mean that they are in an unsatisfactory situation where they are not progressing, but are just continuing doing the same things. I could either tread water until I was promoted, which looked to be a few years away, or I could change what I was doing
tread
Way; track; path
tread
The part of a rail upon which car wheels bear
tread
the grooved surface of a pneumatic tire
tread
The travel surface of the trail
tread
The horizontal boards on stairs, supported by the stringer
tread
to tread on someone's toes: see toe
tread
The bottom of a sneaker or tennis shoe, also used to give it traction
tread
To step or walk on
tread
brace (an archer's bow) by pressing the foot against the center
tread
To go through or accomplish by walking, dancing, or the like
tread
The horizontal step surface of a staircase See "RISER"
tread
The top of a step on a staircase, also called a run
tread
If you tread carefully, you behave in a careful or cautious way. If you are hoping to form a new relationship tread carefully and slowly to begin with
tread
The upper surface of a step in a stair
tread
If someone who is in deep water treads water, they float in an upright position by moving their legs slightly
tread
The horizontal walking surface of each step Width - Code usually requires a minimum of 32” between handrails Most people prefer at least 36'
tread
A panel of grating having carriers and nosing attached by welding, and designed specifically to serve as a stair tread
tread
A step or stepping; pressure with the foot; a footstep; as, a nimble tread; a cautious tread
tread
the part (as of a wheel or shoe) that makes contact with the ground
tread
The flat part of a stair step
tread
The upper horizontal part of a step, on which the foot is placed
tread
The horizontal top of each step in a stairway that is the portion that receives the foot
tread
A panel of grating having carrier end plates and nosing attached by welding, and designed specifically to serve as a stair tread
tread
Ground on which trail users travel It may include grass, bare dirt, roots or rocks Tread width varies depending on the type of trail and its users
tread
crush as if by treading on; "tread grapes to make wine"
tread
The horizontal step surface of a staircase
tread
To walk or go; especially, to walk with a stately or a cautious step
tread
apply (the tread) to a tire
tread
structural member consisting of the horizontal part of a stair or step the part (as of a wheel or shoe) that makes contact with the ground the grooved surface of a pneumatic tire brace (an archer's bow) by pressing the foot against the center mate with; "male birds tread the females"
tread
The act of copulation in birds
tread
a step in walking or running
tread
The chalaza of a bird's egg; the treadle
tread
Outer surface of tire that contacts the road
tread
put down or press the foot, place the foot; "For fools rush in where angels fear to tread"; "step on the brake"
tread
To copulate with; to feather; to cover; said of the male bird
tread
the males
tread
The horizontal portion of a step, usually with a rounded edge , or 'nosing' which overhangs the riser
tread
tread or stomp heavily or roughly; "The soldiers trampled across the fields"
tread
{f} step, walk, stride; step on
tread
Horizontal length of a step
tread
To copulate; said of birds, esp
tread
To crush under the foot; to trample in contempt or hatred; to subdue
tread
The top of the banquette, on which soldiers stand to fire over the parapet
tread
The region of a tire designed to contact the ground It is molded of tough rubber for high traction and low wear
tread
If you tread a particular path, you take a particular course of action or do something in a particular way. He continues to tread an unconventional path
tread
Manner or style of stepping; action; gait; as, the horse has a good tread
tread
If you tread on something, you put your foot on it when you are walking or standing. Oh, sorry, I didn't mean to tread on your foot
tread
A person's tread is the sound that they make with their feet as they walk. We could now very plainly hear their heavy tread
tread
A bruise or abrasion produced on the foot or ankle of a horse that interferes
tread
To set the foot; to step
tread
The horizontal component of a step upon which one walks
tread
The surface pattern of a tire
tread
If someone is treading a fine line or path, they are acting carefully because they have to avoid making a serious mistake, especially in a situation where they have to deal with two opposing demands. They have to tread the delicate path between informing children and boring them
tread
If you tread in a particular way, you walk that way. She trod casually, enjoying the touch of the damp grass on her feet
tread
the flat part of a stairway that you walk on
tread
To step somewhere; to put the foot or the feet down
tread
The grooves carved into the face of a tire, used to give the tire traction
tread
The part of a wheel that bears upon the road or rail
tread
The horizontal portion of a staircase step
tread
The horizontal board in a stairway on which the foot is placed
tread
structural member consisting of the horizontal part of a stair or step
tread
The tread of a step or stair is its flat upper surface. He walked up the stairs. The treads were covered with a kind of rubber and very quiet
tread
See Interfere, 3
tread
T he horizontal part of a step
tread
{i} stepping, walking; sound of walking; single step; imprint of a tire or foot; pattern of ridges cut into a tire
well-trodden
You can use well-trodden, especially in expressions such as a well-trodden path and well-trodden ground, to indicate that a plan or course of action has been tried by a lot of people and so the result of it is easy to predict. Political power has long been a well-trodden path to personal wealth These working parties will be going over well-trodden ground
well-trodden
A well-trodden path is used regularly by a large number of people, and therefore looks worn and is easy to see. He made his way along a well-trodden path towards the shed
trodden

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    [ 'tred ] (verb.) before 12th century. Middle English treden, from Old English tredan; akin to Old High German tretan to tread.

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