track

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UK:*UK and possibly other pronunciationsUK and possibly other pronunciations/ˈtræk/US:USA pronunciation: IPA and respellingUSA pronuncation: IPA/træk/ ,USA pronunciation: respelling(trak)


WordReference English Collocations © 2020

track

Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
n
  1. a [race, speedway, greyhound, running] track
  2. track and field
  3. the [college, school, university, public, municipal] track
  4. a [train, railway, monorail] track
  5. the [train, car, engine] jumped the track
  6. keep track of the [information, details, situation]
  7. [must, should, need to] keep track of [spending, our earnings]
  8. lost track of time
  9. am still right on track (to finish on time)
  10. get back on track
  11. are on the right track
  12. [tire, car, foot, animal] tracks
  13. followed the (tire) tracks
  14. [trace, find, make out, follow] the tracks
  15. need to make tracks!
  16. a track through the [woods, forest, undergrowth, field]
  17. the [FBI, police] are on the [gang's, criminal's] tracks
  18. [grew up, was from, on] the wrong side of the tracks
  19. the track of a [plane, rocket, satellite]
  20. the tracks of her [tears, wounds, abuse]
  21. the first track on the [album, record, CD]
  22. released a track from the [album]
n as adj
  1. a [good, poor, great] track record (with)
  2. at the track meet
  3. track (and field) [events, championships]
v
  1. track a [deer, bear]
  2. tracked [him, the suspect]
  3. track his [movements, routines]
  4. track the [data, statistics]
  5. track [your order, the shipment]
  6. (can) track your [preferences, search terms, progress]
  7. track the [cases, outbreaks] of
  8. track down a [rare comic, collectible car]
  9. trying to track her down
  10. track the [stocks, market]
  11. track the [progress, development] of
  12. (to) track across multiple [domains, sites]
  13. track [mud, dirt, dog poo] in on the floor
  14. track the floor with [muddy, dirty] shoes
  15. the [car, truck] wheels track [six feet]
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