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Noun
A rough path or road, typically one beaten by use rather than constructed
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“Walk along the track close to the shore which will lead you to the caravan park.”
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The course or trajectory followed by someone or something
“Astronomers were able to predict the track of the comet with great accuracy.”
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A mark or line of marks left by a person, animal, or vehicle in passing
“Terrence suggested that we were looking at a track made by an animal, and not by a human.”
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A continuous line of rails on a railway
“Hundreds of miles of track connect the two cities by train.”
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A prepared course or circuit for athletes, horses, motor vehicles, bicycles, or dogs to race on
“I race better when I've been training hard on the track.”
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(sports) The racing events of track and field
“I'm going to try out for track next week.”
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A recording of one song or piece of music
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“Sounding at times like a drunken pop song, the title track is, in fact, an exhilaratingly happy and twisted piece of work.”
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A long deep track made by the repeated passage of the wheels of vehicles
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Competition
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A continuous track in the form of a steel or rubber belt fitted instead of wheels to crawlers, bulldozers, tanks and similar off-road vehicles
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That which can be used as an indication of something
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A downward or declining slope or surface
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A trail of disturbed water or air left by the passage of a ship or aircraft
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A skillful act performed for entertainment or amusement
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A public building or room for entertainment, especially gambling
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Record of performance
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The prospect for the future
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Recording of music or speech
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A mark left on the skin or within body tissue where a wound, burn, or sore has not healed completely and fibrous connective tissue has developed
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A particular order in which related things follow each other
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Close observation, especially of a suspected spy or criminal
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An area or region that one inhabits or operates from
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A person's manner of walking or the sound made as they walk
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To go after or on the track of, especially through the use of clues
“We can track the animals by observing their footprints.”
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To observe the (measured) state of a person or object over time
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“Our job will be to track the buffalo population over the next six months.”
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To match the movement or change of a person or object
“My height would track that of my father's at the same age.”
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To move or traverse across
“For a man accustomed as I am to track the desert at all hours, darkness does not exist.”
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To move or proceed onward
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To keep a record of
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To know intuitively or by immediate perception
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Look, search for over a wide area
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To force a path through
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To draw close to a destination, especially using radar
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To discover through studying or searching
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To move one's pegs to indicate points scored
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To consider or give serious or careful thought to
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To give an account of
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To precisely state or describe the nature, scope, or meaning of
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To see, notice, or recognize (someone or something)
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To find, or get hold of, by means of conducting a search through various sources
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