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Meaning of 'tread'



 
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Meaning of 'tread' #1 (permalink) Sun Apr 30, 2006 23:49 pm   Meaning of 'tread'
 

English Idioms and Expressions, Advanced Level

ESL/EFL Test #22 "Egg expressions", question 10

You'll need all your tact in this situation and you'll have to tread on eggs.

(a) be very quiet
(b) be very sensitive
(c) be very sleepy
(d) be very athletic

English Idioms and Expressions, Advanced Level

ESL/EFL Test #22 "Egg expressions", answer 10

You'll need all your tact in this situation and you'll have to be very sensitive.

Correct answer: (b) be very sensitive
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Meaning of 'tread' #2 (permalink) Sun Apr 30, 2006 23:58 pm   Meaning of 'tread'
 

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Tread = walk.

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