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track record

noun

Simple Definition of track record

  • : the things that someone or something has done or achieved in the past regarded especially as a way to judge what that person or thing is likely to do in the future

Source: Merriam-Webster's Learner's Dictionary

Full Definition of track record

  1. :  a record of past performance often taken as an indicator of likely future performance

Examples of track record in a sentence

  1. These stocks have a proven track record.



Origin and Etymology of track record

1track (track-and-field sports)


First Known Use: 1952


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