Tread, Trode, Trodden - Vine's Expository Dictionary of New Testament Words
Tread, Trode, Trodden[ 1,,G3961, pateo ]
(a) intransitively and figuratively, of treading" upon serpents, Luke 10:19;
(b) transitively, of "treading" on, down or under, of the desecration of Jerusalem by its foes, Luke 21:24; Revelation 11:2; of the avenging, by the Lord in Person hereafter, of this descration and of the persecution of the Jews, in Divine retribution, metaphorically spoken of as the "treading" of the winepress of God's wrath, Revelation 14:20; Revelation 19:15 (cp. Isaiah 63:2-Isaiah 63:3).
[ 2,,G2662, katapateo ]
"to tread down, trample under foot," is used
(a) literally, Matthew 5:13; Matthew 7:6; Luke 8:5; Luke 12:1;
(b) metaphorically, of "treading under foot" the Son of God, Hebrews 10:29, i.e., turning away from Him, to indulge in willful sin.