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Spanish translation of “tread”

tread

verb /tred/ (past tense trod /trod/, past participle trodden /ˈtrodn/)
to place one’s feet on
pisar, pisotear, hollar
He threw his cigarette on the ground and trod on it.
to walk on, along, over etc
patearse, andar por
He trod the streets looking for a job.
to crush by putting one’s feet on
pisar
We watched them treading the grapes.
treadmill noun a situation that is boring because you always have to do the same things
Rutina
the office treadmill.
an exercise machine with a moving surface that you walk or run on while remaining in the same place.
Cinta de Correr
tread water to keep oneself afloat in an upright position by moving the legs (and arms).
pedalear en el agua
(Definition of tread from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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