trod

[ trod ]
/ trɒd /

verb

a simple past tense and past participle of tread.

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OTHER WORDS FROM trod

well-trod, adjective

Definition for trod (2 of 2)

tread
[ tred ]
/ trɛd /

verb (used without object), trod, trod·den or trod, tread·ing.

verb (used with object), trod, trod·den or trod, tread·ing.

noun

Origin of tread

before 900; (v.) Middle English treden, Old English tredan; cognate with Old Frisian treda, Old Saxon tredan, Dutch treden, German treten; akin to Old Norse trotha, Gothic trudan; (noun) Middle English tred footprint, derivative of the v.

OTHER WORDS FROM tread

tread·er, nouno·ver·tread, nounsub·tread, noun
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British Dictionary definitions for trod (1 of 2)

trod
/ (trɒd) /

verb

the past tense and a past participle of tread

British Dictionary definitions for trod (2 of 2)

tread
/ (trɛd) /

verb treads, treading, trod, trodden or trod

noun

Derived forms of tread

treader, noun

Word Origin for tread

Old English tredan; related to Old Norse trotha , Old High German tretan, Swedish träda
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Idioms and Phrases with trod

tread

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