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  • to step on
  • to tread
  • to stamp
  • to press a pedal
  • to pedal (a bike)
Examples:
1. “我就是了那倒霉的刹车,”司机高声申辩道。
"All I did was touch the goddam brakes," the driver protested loudly.
2. 一位珠光宝气的夫人过男仆所铺开的地毯走上汽车。
A bediamonded lady moves to her motor over carpets unrolled by the footmen.
3. 给自行车上点润滑油能使踏板更省力,并不意味着倒上一加仑油能使踏板自己动起来。
Adding a squirt of oil to a bicycle makes it pedal more easily, but that doesn’t mean that dumping a gallon of oil on it will make it pedal itself.
4. 花坛。
Don' t tread on the flower beds.
5. 他因了她一脚向她道歉。
He apologized for trampling on her toes.
6. 他使劲下煞车踏板以避免撞车。
He pushed hard on the brake pedal to avoid a collision.
7. 例如,下汽车的刹车踏板,可能让你想到压住控制杆,以摩擦车轮来降低车速。
Pressing the brake pedal in your car, for example, may conjure a mental image of pushing a lever that rubs against the wheels to slow you down.
8. 司机下油门踏板,引擎轰鸣。
The driver pressed on the accelerator, savagely roaring the engine.
9. 老头儿着溪边石块稳健地向前走去。
The old man went steadily on ahead up the edge of the rocky stream bed.
10. 这些错误消息框让人联想到老战争片中的情景,即一个倒霉的士兵在经过稻田时上了地雷,他和他的战友清楚地听到地雷触发机制的滴答声。 士兵意识到尽管现在是安全的,但一旦脚离开,地雷就会爆炸,带走他一大部分有用的躯体。
These error message boxes are reminiscent of the scene in old war movies where an ill-fated soldier steps on a landmine while advancing across the rice paddy. He and his buddies clearly hear the click of the mine’s triggering mechanism and the realization comes over the soldier that although he’s safe now, as soon as he removes his foot from the mine, it will explode, taking some large and useful part of his body with it.