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tread in Household topic

treadtread2 noun πŸ”Š πŸ”Š 1 tyre.jpg [countable, uncountable]TTC the pattern of lines on the part of a tyre that touches the road2 [countable]DH the part of a stair that you put your foot on3 [singular] literarySOUND the particular sound that someone makes when they walk πŸ”Š I heard the back door bang, and Rex’s tread in the hall.
Examples from the Corpus
treadβ€’ It was with relief that I heard Sherlock Holmes's familiar tread upon the stairs.β€’ As if in answer to her wish she heard a heavy, masculine tread on the uncarpeted stairs outside her door.β€’ Stairs of dark wood curved up from the hall, and the old treads creaked under their combined weight.β€’ The outside of the shoe was constructed from woven fabric and metal with a ribbed silicon rubber tread.β€’ Suddenly there came the sound of the tread of the patriarch.β€’ The tyre tread does not protrude beyond the wheel arch, but the side wall does noticeably.β€’ His bare feet could identify all the frayed patches on the long ribbon of carpet and each worn tread on the stairs.