[ ree-tred ]
/ riˈtrɛd /
verb (used with or without object), re-trod, re-trod·den or re-trod, re-tread·ing.
to tread again.
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British Dictionary definitions for re-tread
/ (riːˈtrɛd) /
verb -treads, -treading, -trod, -trodden or -trod
(tr) to tread or walk over (one's steps) again
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