A mark left by something that has passed along; as, the track, or wake, of a ship; the track of a meteor; the track of a sled or a wheel.
- A mark or succession of marks left by something that has passed.
- A path, route, or course indicated by such marks: an old wagon track through the mountains.
- A path along which something moves; a course: following the track of an airplane on radar.
- A course of action; a method of proceeding: on the right track for solving the puzzle.
- An intended or proper course: putting a stalled project back on track.
- A succession of ideas; a train of thought.
- Awareness of something occurring or passing: keeping track of the score; lost all track of time.
- Sports A course laid out for running or racing.
- Sports Athletic competition on such a course; track events.
- Sports Track and field.
- A rail or set of parallel rails upon which railroad cars or other vehicles run.
- The boundary, formerly often delineated by train tracks, that separates two neighborhoods of different social class: grew up on the wrong side of the tracks.
- Either of the continuous metal belts with which vehicles such as bulldozers and tanks move over the ground.
- A metal groove or ridge that holds, guides, and reduces friction for a moving device or apparatus.
- Any of several courses of study to which students are assigned according to ability, achievement, or needs: academic, vocational, and general tracks.
- A distinct path, as along a length of film or magnetic tape, on which sound, images, or other information is recorded.
- A distinct selection from a sound recording, such as a phonograph record or compact disk, usually containing an individual work or part of a larger work: the title track of an album.
- One of the separate sound recordings that are combined so as to be heard simultaneously, as in stereophonic sound reproduction: mixed the vocal track and instrumental track.
- Computer Science One of the concentric magnetic rings that form the separate data storage areas on a floppy disk or a hard disk.
- Slang Needle marks on the skin from multiple intravenous injections, considered an indication of habitual drug use.
- To follow the tracks of; trail: tracking game through the forest.
- To move over or along; traverse.
- To carry on the shoes and deposit: tracked mud on the rug.
- To observe or monitor the course of (aircraft, for example), as by radar.
- To observe the progress of; follow: tracking the company's performance daily.
- To equip with a track.
- To assign (a student) to a curricular track.
- To move along a track.
- To follow a course; travel.
- To keep a constant distance apart. Used of a pair of wheels.
- To be in alignment.
- To follow the undulations in the groove of a phonograph record. Used of a needle.
- To move across magnetic heads. Used of magnetic tape.
- track down To pursue until found or captured: "When, like a running grave, time tracks you down” ( Dylan Thomas).
- in (one's) tracks Exactly where one is standing: stopped him right in his tracks.
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കുറിപ്പ് - Kurippu ;അനുഗമിക്കുക - Anugamikkuka ;കാല്ച്ചുവട് - Kaalchuvadu | Kalchuvadu ;ചരണപഥം - Charanapatham ;പന്തയക്കളം - Panthayakkalam ;അങ്കം - Ankam ;