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Meanings for track

to follow or trail a person or thing

path, track, course(noun)

a line or route along which something travels or moves

"the hurricane demolished houses in its path"; "the track of an animal"; "the course of the river"

lead, track, trail(noun)

evidence pointing to a possible solution

"the police are following a promising lead"; "the trail led straight to the perpetrator"

track(noun)

a pair of parallel rails providing a runway for wheels

racetrack, racecourse, raceway, track(noun)

a course over which races are run

cut, track(noun)

a distinct selection of music from a recording or a compact disc

"he played the first cut on the cd"; "the title track of the album"

track, caterpillar track, caterpillar tread(noun)

an endless metal belt on which tracked vehicles move over the ground

track, data track(noun)

(computer science) one of the circular magnetic paths on a magnetic disk that serve as a guide for writing and reading data

track(noun)

a groove on a phonograph recording

track, rail, rails, runway(noun)

a bar or pair of parallel bars of rolled steel making the railway along which railroad cars or other vehicles can roll

track, cart track, cartroad(noun)

any road or path affording passage especially a rough one

track, running(verb)

the act of participating in an athletic competition involving running on a track

track(verb)

carry on the feet and deposit

"track mud into the house"

track(verb)

observe or plot the moving path of something

"track a missile"

chase, chase after, trail, tail, tag, give chase, dog, go after, track(verb)

go after with the intent to catch

"The policeman chased the mugger down the alley"; "the dog chased the rabbit"

traverse, track, cover, cross, pass over, get over, get across, cut through, cut across(verb)

travel across or pass over

"The caravan covered almost 100 miles each day"

track(verb)

make tracks upon

a mark or series of marks left on a surface by something that has passed along it

a muddy track across the kitchen floor

a rough course or way formed by or as if by repeated footsteps

there was still a faint track through the underbrush that indicated where the path used to be

the direction along which something or someone moves

I followed the track of the thief's eyes as he watched the woman put the money into her purse and walk away

to go after or on the track of

predators stealthily tracking their prey

to make one's way through, across, or over

once upon a time, millions of buffalo tracked the wide open plains

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Example Sentences of track

I lost track of time.

I lost track of the time.

I guess I lost track of the time.

Tom asked me to keep track of Mary.

I got distracted and I lost track of time.

I lost track of all time during our walk in the woods.

The police managed to track down the owner of the car.

It took us days to track down the problem.

Tom wants to buy an eight-track player to put in the car his grandmother gave him.

Tom lost track of the time.

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Synonyms for track

path data track form rail row route grade runway raceway racecourse cart track caterpillar track way caterpillar tread cut course of instruction course of study trend way of life rails trail line lead class itinerary cartroad course of action course racetrack running lead in wind atomic number 82 confidential information principal leading tether lead story lede steer leash star hint jumper cable jumper lead booster cable pencil lead tip spark advance race gash cold shoulder cutting slash swing deletion cutting off excision baseball swing undercut cut of meat snub slice stinger railing running game running play run cut across cover traverse dog cross chase after tail tag cut through get across get over chase pass over go after give chase quest for shack chamfer mark drop back furrow train bob get behind label pursue quest after drag dock hang back drop behind pass across sweep overcompensate handle deal shroud continue come home span comprehend embrace hybridize interbreed encompass address spoil get well surmount crosscut pass through plow skip over intersect put over insure brood foil penetrate master get through click report transit wipe hide frustrate sink in scotch bounce back overcome compensate breed underwrite move through subdue baffle spread over enshroud jump overlay skip overfly extend wrap up cover up deny incubate crossbreed dawn thwart bilk treat hybridise hatch fall into place pitch ground recording groove athletics track and field trace wake monitor footprint follow track down find locate road trajectory railway train track parcel tract area region track width footmark footstep impression memorial remains remnant sign token vestige pathway lines of rails tracking follow up orbit monitoring orbital tracks airstrip version direction riel fasttrack tracing imprint footpath routeway steps bird dog hound shadow cut (across) go navigate pass (over) perambulate peregrinate proceed (along) travel

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Antonyms for track

guide lead pilot

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Track in different languages

  • مسارArabic
  • stopa cesta dráha kolej sledovat najít objevit vystopovat vypátrat stopovat Czech
  • spore Danish
  • fußspur verfolgen German
  • κομμάτι αυλακιά τροχιά ίχνος μετατρόχιο μονοπάτι ατραπός πατημασιά στίβος ράγα πίστα Greek
  • trovi Esperanto
  • rastro vía surco huella pista Spanish
  • مسیر Persian
  • jälki jalkapohja polku rata kenttä ääniraita raita yleisurheilu jalanjälki kulku-ura raideleveys syöttö seurata jäljittää varjostaa Finnish
  • empreinte route voie trace marque sillon sentier chemin piste French
  • sligheScots Gaelic
  • עקב, שביל, נתיב, מסלול, עקבותHebrew
  • ट्रैक Hindi
  • nyomon k Hungarian
  • հետք ուղի վազքուղի շավիղ ռելսուղի Armenian
  • jalur Indonesian
  • lag Icelandic
  • scia tracciamento sentiero mulattiera pista traccia passo sessione pista battuta viottolo impronta binario solco discorso rintracciare seguire tracciare monitorare Italian
  • מַסלוּלformer Hebrew
  • 追, トラックJapanese
  • 선로Korean
  • vestigium gloria Latin
  • maheu, makenu, mokenuMaori
  • трага патека пат коловоз нумера стапка Macedonian
  • jejak jalan Malay
  • voetspoor spoor Dutch
  • spor Norwegian
  • tor Polish
  • rastro faixa pista pegada monitorar rastrear Portuguese
  • pistă de circulație bandă rutieră drum urmări Romanian
  • трек дорожка след дорога тропа трасса путь тракт колея Russian
  • koľaj Slovak
  • spåra Swedish
  • பாடல் Tamil
  • ลู่Thai
  • iz Turkish
  • трекUkrainian
  • ٹریکUrdu
  • đường ray Vietnamese
  • שפּורYiddish
  • 跟踪 Chinese

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