Children's, Intermediate and Advanced Online English Dictionary & Thesaurus

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fast track a racetrack most suitable for speed because of its condition. [3 definitions]
half-track a motor vehicle, esp. an armored military one, with an endless-chain track on the rear drive wheels, or the track itself.
inside track the shorter inside path on a curved racetrack. [2 definitions]
keep track of to stay informed about.
lose track of to lose knowledge of or to no longer be able to find.
off the beaten track in a place difficult to reach or not often visited. [2 definitions]
off the track not relevant to the pertinent point or issue; astray.
one-track concerned exclusively with one idea, topic, or the like. [2 definitions]
track and field a set of athletic events, such as foot racing, high jumping, and javelin throwing, performed on or near a running track.
track lighting a means of illuminating a room or the like with adjustable lights that are arranged along a narrow electrified track on a wall or ceiling.
track record a record or history of actions or performance.
track system an educational practice in which students are placed into certain curricula of study based on evaluation of their abilities, interests, needs, or the like.