tracks

/ (træks) /

pl n

(sometimes singular) marks, such as footprints, tyre impressions, etc, left by someone or something that has passed
in one's tracks on the very spot where one is standing (esp in the phrase stop in one's tracks)
make tracks to leave or depart
make tracks for to go or head towards
the wrong side of the tracks the unfashionable or poor district or stratum of a community

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