Trode Trode, archaic imp. of {Tread}. [1913 Webster]

On burnished hooves his war-horse trode. --Tennyson. [1913 Webster]

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  • Trode — Trode, n. [AS. trod, fr. tredan to tread. See {Tread}.] Tread; footing. [Written also {troad}.][Obs.] Spenser. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • trode — «trohd», verb. Archaic. a past tense of tread. * * * trode arch. pa. tense and pple. of tread v …   Useful english dictionary

  • trode — elec·trode·less; elec·trode; …   English syllables

  • trode — tétrode électrode …   Dictionnaire des rimes

  • trode — /troʊd/ (say trohd) verb Archaic past tense of tread …   Australian English dictionary

  • Trode Khangsar — (bo|t=སྤྲོ་བདེ་ཁང་གསར|w=spro bde khang gsar) is a temple where Tsen spirits reside (bo|t=བཙན་ཁང|w=btsan khang) located in Lhasa that is over 300 years old [Tibetan Heritage Fund database item #CA90, web/] .… …   Wikipedia

  • cat|e|lec|trode — «KAT ih LEHK trohd», noun. Electricity. = cathode. (Cf. ↑cathode) ╂[< cat + electrode] …   Useful english dictionary

  • e|lec|trode|less — «ih LEHK trohd lihs», adjective, without electrodes …   Useful english dictionary

  • e|lec|trode — «ih LEHK trohd», noun. either of the two terminals of a battery or any other source of electricity; a conductor by which a current is brought into a liquid or a gas. The anode and cathode of an electric cell are electrodes. »In the process of… …   Useful english dictionary

  • mi|cro|e|lec|trode — «MY kroh ih LEHK trohd», noun. a very fine electrode, especially one used to detect electrical impulses of nerve cells and muscle fibers …   Useful english dictionary

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