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NGSL Rank: 956
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  • a rough path or road, typically one beaten by use rather than constructed.
    E.g. follow the track to the farm
  • a mark or line of marks left by a person, animal, or vehicle in passing.
    E.g. he followed the tracks made by the cars in the snow
  • a continuous line of rails on a railway.
    E.g. commuters had to leave trains to walk along the tracks
  • a recording of one song or piece of music.
    E.g. the CD contains early Elvis Presley tracks
  • a continuous articulated metal band around the wheels of a heavy vehicle such as a tank, intended to facilitate movement over rough or soft ground.
  • the transverse distance between a vehicle's wheels.
    E.g. the undercarriage was fully retractable inwards into the wing, with a 90 inch track
  • a group in which schoolchildren of the same age and ability are taught.
  • follow the trail or movements of (someone or something), typically in order to find them or note their course.
    E.g. secondary radars that track the aircraft in flight
  • (of wheels) run so that the back ones are exactly in the track of the front ones.
  • (of a tunable circuit or component) vary in frequency in the same way as another circuit or component, so that the frequency difference between them remains constant.
  • tow (a canoe) along a waterway from the bank.
    E.g. he was going to track the canoe up the ice-hung rapids

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