Definition of tracked
1 : traveling on endless metal belts instead of wheels
2 : moving along a rail a tracked air-cushion vehicle
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Unlike some of those guys, Tebow will likely see regular playing time at his new level and doesn't seem tracked to return to Columbia.
The system, known as a Digital Construction Platform (DCP), consists of a tracked vehicle that carries a giant, robotic arm with a smaller precision-motion robotic arm at its end.
Koalitsiya-SV consists of a 152-millimeter howizter encased in a turret and fitted to a tank-like tracked chassis.
Stellar’s approach, called SATURN, involved three separate machines: a high-level flying robotic aircraft, a low-level drone, and a tracked vehicle (pictured) that looks like a relative of WALL-E.
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