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    Synonyms and Definitions

    Use "track" in a sentence

    track example sentences

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    1. A huge study that tracked thousands of nurses found that those who ate just an ounce of nuts or peanut butter five times a week lowered their risk of Type 2 diabetes by at least 20%


    2. They tracked the shuttlecraft for a couple minutes to be sure it was just drifting thru space


    3. That same car was tracked at several locations along the highways, all the way into Grand Island, Nebraska


    4. the Goddess were tracked back to the forest in the desert by other hunters


    5. The big ones like the one they tracked stayed out near the ends of the piers because they couldn't get in and out of the spaces between them


    6. I tracked it for months, the filthy thing


    7. One even showed the current outside with the tracked snowflakes moving past, looking like flying thru a starfield at thousands of light years per hour


    8. Armed with her father’s old address book, and after many disappointing telephone calls to old friends and distant relations, Annie eventually tracked down an ancient great-aunt who owned a crumbling Victorian villa that had been converted into bedsits


    9. Yes, we tracked them to that asteroid belt where they supposedly were hiding a laboratory


    10. features and on the cinema newsreels that tracked the early stages


















































































    1. Are you becoming confused about all those bottles in the medicine cabinet? If you're taking multiple medications, it's very important to keep track because you may be seeing more than one doctor for different reasons


    2. It is fortunate that you will be spending detention time with me, where I can perhaps find a way to get that one track mind of yours on the right track


    3. This is the fastest car on the running track


    4. "You're going to need to take the door track off," doostEr said, "I can't get under that


    5. He said he’d seen Joanna with this guy and, somehow or other, the police managed to track him down – don’t know how they did it


    6. Should he hack his way up to the house or should he perhaps try the old farm track


    7. between the stone walls that backed the hedges, and although the track showed no


    8. the gate behind him, and then drove slowly along the track and up to the house


    9. I have to say that I am a little tentative when it comes to going off the beaten track, but I put that down to my town upbringing – over sensitivity to trespass and all that


    10. I had been talking for so long and intently I lost all track of passing time


















































































    1. Ava couldn't tell if she was just being chatty to cover her tracks


    2. They had stopped in their tracks across from the docks


    3. Stephen is hovering as though he wants to make tracks


    4. dogged its tracks, but as Lucy moved closer, as the figure gathered its limbs together


    5. "What?" he barked and stopped dead in his tracks


    6. My ever-present tears had dried on my cheeks by the time that I woke fully from my reverie, leaving my face covered with brittle tracks of tight skin


    7. ’ He said, ‘I’ll make tracks then you can get to bed


    8. False teachers need to be halted in their tracks


    9. ’ He said in a matter of fact tone of voice which stops me in my tracks ‘I don’t pretend to have any answers at the moment, but that certainly won’t solve anything


    10. "Those who listen are very interested in covering their tracks


















































































    1. ‘I saw that friend of yours Amy today … she brought her car in to have the tracking checked and I asked her if she was still going along to them


    2. Men are mono tracking; if a phone call comes they would ask for the TV to shut, child to stop crying and so on


    3. She was tracking Kandhi's UPD


    4. tracking towards him in the sand


    5. Since they were tracking the raft, they could punish the native crew for lying about Alan's disappearance


    6. tracking silhouettes on the rise of water


    7. No doubt they wouldn't be tracking his signal


    8. Precision tracking hardware with telescopic feedback, a tangler diode


    9. I don't need the power of the main tangler, just a thin little beam and some tracking software and I can make many more studies


    10. She had scooped up the girl and taken her with them as they continued on tracking the raiding party


















































































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    Synonyms for "track"

    running track racecourse racetrack raceway cart track cartroad rail rails runway data track caterpillar track caterpillar tread lead trail cut course path cover cross cut across cut through get across get over pass over traverse chase chase after dog give chase go after tag tail follow hunt shadow pursue trace route alley lane line trek journey range travel backpack hike go through dirty soil muddy stain

    "track" definitions

    a line or route along which something travels or moves


    evidence pointing to a possible solution


    a pair of parallel rails providing a runway for wheels


    a course over which races are run


    a distinct selection of music from a recording or a compact disc


    an endless metal belt on which tracked vehicles move over the ground


    (computer science) one of the circular magnetic paths on a magnetic disk that serve as a guide for writing and reading data


    a groove on a phonograph recording


    a bar or pair of parallel bars of rolled steel making the railway along which railroad cars or other vehicles can roll


    any road or path affording passage especially a rough one


    the act of participating in an athletic competition involving running on a track


    carry on the feet and deposit


    observe or plot the moving path of something


    go after with the intent to catch


    travel across or pass over


    make tracks upon