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untracked

[ uhn-trakt ]
/ ʌnˈtrækt /
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adjective

that is not or cannot be tracked or traced: untracked marauders of the jungle.
Informal. achieving a superior level of performance after a slow start: The team suddenly got untracked and began to score.

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Origin of untracked

1595–1605; (def. 1) un-1 + track + -ed2; (def. 2) un-2 + track + -ed2
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