lose track

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Antonyms for lose track

fail to keep informed or aware

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It's so easy to lose track of time and to lose track of your risks.
u Londoners were more likely to lose track of their finances.
I practice a lot, and then when I play in front of my music teacher I get nervous and lose track and mess up.
Businesses lose track of owners, owners forget about the assets, or the owner dies and the family is unaware of the property.
If it's really crowded, sometimes it's hard to see out and sometimes you lose track of where you are,'' said Kim Upton, a spokeswoman for the Metropolitan Transportation Authority.
Ever lose track of your spending and wonder where your money is going?
ACCORDING to a report by global payments technology company Visa, Indian consumers on an average lose track of Rs 383 per week in cash spending, adding up to almost Rs 20,000 per year.
The no-slip, rubberized Kraton handle is bright orange so you don't lose track of it (Outdoor Edge Cutlery Corp.
And, so we don't lose track of the original meaning of the holy days, Janet Weeks' "When the Spirit Moves" tells us about choreographers who are steeped in a spiritual tradition.
The group found people were most likely to lose track of their spending while grocery shopping, with 51 per cent claiming to have got through more cash than they realised.
I marked the calendar with every pill I swallowed so I wouldn't lose track.