- a course laid out for running or racing.
- the group of sports performed on such a course, as running or hurdling, as distinguished from field events.
- both track and field events as a whole.
- a band of recorded sound laid along the length of a magnetic tape.
- band2 (def. 6).
- an individual song or segment of a recording: a title track.
- a discrete, separate recording that is combined with other parts of a musical recording to produce the final aural version: a special rhythm track added to the basic track.
verb (used with object)
verb (used without object)
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Idioms for track
Origin of track
OTHER WORDS FROM track
WORDS THAT MAY BE CONFUSED WITH tracktrack , tract
Words nearby track
Example sentences from the Web for track
She was accepted at Spelman College, got back on track, and ended up enrolling at Cal Poly Pomona.Morning Report: Lincoln Abruptly Canceled AP Class|Voice of San Diego|September 17, 2020|Voice of San Diego
Potts, who had been training for an Ironman triathlon, remembers keeping track of the time on her heart monitor watch.The Woman Propositioned by Alaska’s Former Lieutenant Governor Tells Her Story for the First Time|by Kyle Hopkins and Michelle Theriault Boots, Anchorage Daily News|September 10, 2020|ProPublica
Clicks, ecommerce transactions, or goals are the way businesses keep track of them.SEO proposals: Particular challenges and how to avoid getting a silent no|SEOmonitor|September 10, 2020|Search Engine Watch
The digital yuan is on track to be the world’s first sovereign digital currency and is currently in pilot mode with four state-owned commercial banks.
San Diego Unified’s decision-making and the metrics the district tracks can have a huge ripple effect.The County Is Rethinking a Major Coronavirus Trigger|Will Huntsberry|September 9, 2020|Voice of San Diego
I was there to track down the family of one of the most notorious defectors in Cuban history.The Life and Hard Times Of The Family A Cuban Defector Left Behind|Brin-Jonathan Butler|December 19, 2014|DAILY BEAST
It looks like Amazon is on track to get additional Pentagon contracts as well.
Its inclusion in Record of the Year is on track with the recent trend of all nominees being chart-toppers.10 Biggest Grammy Award Snubs and Surprises: Meghan Trainor, Miley Cyrus & More|Kevin Fallon|December 5, 2014|DAILY BEAST
So it depends on what side of the track you want to come from.‘No Regrets’: Peter Jackson Says Goodbye to Middle-Earth|Alex Suskind|December 4, 2014|DAILY BEAST
As the panels rotate to track the sun, they produce more than enough power to move skiiers up the mountain.
The country for five to ten miles to the east of our track appeared open and grassy, basalt being the prevailing rock.Journals of Australian Explorations|A C and F T Gregory
That is the great significance of this first track through the “wooden country”—an awakened consciousness.Historic Highways of America (Vol. 4)|Archer Butler Hulbert
I followed his track guided by the drops of blood which fell on the snow.The Green Book|Mr Jkai
Daly and Fettin were holding on like grim Death, for the track was rough and the speed unprecedented for that road—a new one.Bamboo Tales|Ira L. Reeves
When once the public is started upon such a track, it is no easy matter to make them turn round.The English Novel in the Time of Shakespeare|J. J. Jusserand
British Dictionary definitions for track
- a course for running or racing
- (as modifier)track events
- sports performed on a track
- track and field events as a whole
- to provide with a track
- to run on a track of (a certain width)
Derived forms of tracktrackable, adjectivetracker, noun
Word Origin for track
Idioms and Phrases with track
In addition to the idioms beginning with track
- track down
- track record
- cover one's tracks
- drop in one's tracks
- fast track
- follow in someone's footsteps (tracks)
- inside track
- jump the track
- keep (lose) track
- make tracks
- off the beaten track
- off the track
- one-track mind
- on the right tack (track)
- right side of the tracks
- stop cold (in one's tracks)