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Turkish translation of “tread”

tread

verb
 
 
/tred/ (past tense trod, past participle trodden)
[I, T] mainly UK to put your foot on something or to press something down with your foot
basmak, basıp ezmek, çiğnemek
I trod on a piece of broken glass. David trod in some paint. The kids were treading cake crumbs into the carpet.Moving on foot
tread carefully/gently/lightly, etc to be careful what you say so that you do not upset someone
dikkatli/nazik/hafifçe davranmak/söylemek/hareket etmek
Paying attention and being carefulCautious and vigilant
tread water to float vertically in the water by moving your arms and legs up and down
suda dikey olarak yüzmek/hareket etmek; suda dik durmak
Swimming
(Definition of tread verb from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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