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tracking

noun track·ing \ˈtra-kiŋ\

Definition of TRACKING

:  the assigning of students to a curricular track

Examples of TRACKING

  1. <took a class in the tracking of game that the hunters' association offers>

First Known Use of TRACKING

circa 1929

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