a path or rough road that is made of soil rather than having a surface covered with stone or other material:
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a type of path or road, often in the shape of a ring, that has been specially designed and built for sports events, especially racing:
a sport in which people compete with each other by running a race on a specially prepared circular path:
the general name for a particular group of sports in which people compete, including running, jumping, and throwing
a mark or line of marks left on the ground or on another surface by an animal, person, or vehicle that has moved over it, showing the direction they moved in:
to be examining marks or pieces of information that show where a person or animal has gone, in order to catch him, her, or it:
People living in the track of the hurricane have been advised to leave their homes until it has passed.
I think we”re getting off the track here – we”re supposed to be discussing our advertising campaign.
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a group of school students with similar ability who are approximately the same age and are taught together:
a part of a magnetic strip onto which sound can be recorded, with several tracks on one magnetic strip:
to follow a person or animal by looking for proof that they have been somewhere, or by using electronic equipment:
to group and teach together school students with similar abilities who are approximately the same age:
a mark or line of marks left on a surface, esp. the ground, by a moving animal, person, or vehicle, that shows the direction of travel:
If you track something messy or dirty, you leave messy or dirty marks when walking because you had something on your shoes or feet:
on the right/wrong track We believe we are on the right track to grow the business in the coming months.
Students perform better once engaged in a career track with clear expectations of what it takes to get a job.
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to stop keeping a record of something, or stop being certain that you know or remember what has happened:
The study tracked the careers of 1226 doctors who trained at the University of Michigan Medical School.
Second, it tells us that our intuitions about what would make a political consensus possible are on the right track.
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In many applications, including image processing and computer vision, we need to track quantities that are defined on the surfaces.
In contrast to the students, the instructor has to keep the discussion on track and facilitate turns.
Problems concer ning the lack of equity of the tracking system in language lear ning exper ience and lower expectation for low-tracked students need consideration.
My reasoning was that for children implicitly ” keeping track ” of the evaluative contexts of ” happen “, either partner”s utterances would be important.
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