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Synonyms for track

running track

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line

keep track of something or someone

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lose track of something or someone

stop something or someone in its or their tracks

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Synonyms for track

a visible sign or mark of the passage of someone or something

evidence of passage left along a course followed by a hunted animal or fugitive

a course of action to be followed regularly

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to follow the traces or scent of, as in hunting

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to keep (another) under surveillance by moving along behind

to go across

track down: to pursue and locate

Synonyms for track

a line or route along which something travels or moves

evidence pointing to a possible solution

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a pair of parallel rails providing a runway for wheels

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

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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

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observe or plot the moving path of something

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make tracks upon

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References in periodicals archive ?
They also hope the footage will serve as a stark warning to others who trespass by taking shortcuts across the tracks.
But thanks to a diverse but consistently talented lineup and friendly atmosphere, the first Across The Tracks festival was a major hit.
Inevitably, this was placed along the railway viaduct, though the fall in the site means that all apartments in this block have clear views across the tracks.
In "Cotton Flat Road", a brother and sister life the lid on their differences as he discovers her secret life across the tracks in the Texas oil town they grew up in.
It was either intentional or he was cutting across the tracks and misjudged how fast the train was going."
However, he said, "the engineer said it looked like she was having trouble getting across the tracks."
In an interview conducted in happier times, Winkler concluded a list of his accomplishments with the remark, "Not bad for a guy who grew up across the tracks and who was told he would never amount to much, huh?"
Data on disk is recorded around a circular disk--the read/write heads travel perpendicularly across the tracks (while the tracks spin in a circle) to reach the piece of data.
Allen dreams he is on a train gazing out the window at another choo-choo across the tracks, filled with gorgeous people, fabulously dressed, making merry, drinking champagne.
"Lads dare each other to run across the tracks but trains are quicker and quieter than they used to be.""
Though a few early works are wrylypointed, by the time we get to 1992's Sola Scriptura, in which a cadre of old soldiers stare across the tracks at their latter-day SoHo counterparts, humor and intelligence have been reduced to a predictable symbolic algebra.
It is believed he was trying to take a short cut across the tracks.
Chris remembers: "There used to be a cottage across the tracks from the train station.
The moron twice ambled across the tracks while the girls, aged around five and eight, waited patiently for him.
He was told it is likely Mr Howell had lain across the tracks. Mr Walters said: 'Simon Rosser Howell had been a high flyer but had suffered from manic depression and had not worked for some time.' The jury returned a verdict of suicide.