lose track

Definition of lose track

  1. :  to stop being aware of how something is changing, what someone is doing, etc. With so much going on, it's easy to lose track. —usually + of It's easy to lose track of what's going on. I'm sorry I'm late. I lost track of the time. We lost track of each other after high school.

Word by Word Definitions

loseplay
  1. :  damn

    :  to miss from one's possession or from a customary or supposed place

    :  to suffer deprivation of :  part with especially in an unforeseen or accidental manner

trackplay
  1. :  detectable evidence (such as the wake of a ship, a line of footprints, or a wheel rut) that something has passed

    :  a path made by or as if by repeated footfalls :  trail

    :  a course laid out especially for racing

  1. :  to follow the tracks or traces of :  trail

    :  to search for by following evidence until found

    :  to follow by vestiges :  trace


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