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tread

noun [C or U] (PATTERN ON TYRE) 胎面圖案     /tred/
the pattern of raised lines on a tyre which prevents a vehicle from sliding on the road (車胎的防滑)胎面花紋 The tread on your tyres is very worn. 你車胎上的花紋都磨損得很厲害了。 The exterior of vehicles
(Definition of tread noun (PATTERN ON TYRE) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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