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2008-08-15 23:53:33
There was not a thing wrong with the caption. You show your ignorance trying to defend the indefensible. C.Korkosz's usage is perfectly acceptable, and common usage, as is his use of, "unhappy." Just trying to help, eh mitch? Just trying to ridicule, I think. And Philip . . . "|tred| would be the pronunciation in the dictionary.
2008-03-18 02:46:40
My dictionary says that tread can also mean step. Unlucky tread, does that make any sense?
2008-03-17 14:16:36
Correction JP. The Concise Oxford Dictionary indicates Mitch to be correct, with more meanings and usage as well. There is no such word as 'tred.'
2008-03-17 11:22:08
No totally wrong - according to Oxford American dictionary: tread |tred| - press down into the ground or another surface with the feet (trans
2008-03-17 10:57:08
Thanks mitch
2008-03-17 10:34:51
Hi, What you meant to say was "bad step". "tread" is what is on the outside of a tire, or the bottom of a shoe, or the part of a staircase you step on. Just trying to help.
2008-03-17 10:08:06
Wow, that's an amazing pic