To tread again.
To remove the outside, or tread, of a tire and add a new tread. Retreaded tires work just as well as new ones and require less energy and money to make.
a used automobile tire that has been remolded to give it new treads
give new treads to (a tire)
A used casing which has new tread rubber applied to it.
A process in which a new tread cap is applied to a casing of a tire that has been worn down.
A retread, also known as "recap," is a manufacturing process designed to extend the useful lifespan of a worn tire. The word retread can also refer to a tire which has been taken through this process.