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/ træks /

plural noun

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

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Example Sentences

She also tracks his deteriorating health through the harrowing videos of the captives regularly released by the Nusra Front.

Brinsley was trying to produce tracks—hip-hop, mostly—and he apparently had a knack as a techie.

One line in “Winter Wonderland” has stopped countless people dead in their tracks.

In it, Kraven the Hunter tracks down Spider-Man, shoots him repeatedly, and leaves him for dead, buried underground.

This study uses the National Crime Victimization Survey (NCVS), which is really a tool that tracks crimes.

In the nine differently colored circular tracks, rolled little globes representing the planets.

These cars run along on tracks through streets in which round stones are set in, side by side.

Nothing, at least, that I could see except faint tracks leading away from the spot.

I swung my horse around in his tracks and raced him back to the poplars, knowing what I would find, and yet refusing to believe.

There were infinite possibilities for "the greaser" to pocket a goodly share of the profits, and "cover up his tracks."





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