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track

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1 a mark or series of marks left on a surface by something that has passed along it
  • a muddy track across the kitchen floor
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2 a rough course or way formed by or as if by repeated footsteps
  • There was still a faint track through the underbrush that indicated where the path used to be.
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3 the direction along which something or someone moves
  • I followed the track of the thief's eyes as he watched the woman put the money into her purse and walk away.
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Synonym Discussion of track

trace, vestige, track mean a perceptible sign made by something that has passed. trace may suggest any line, mark, or discernible effect.
    • the killer left no traces
vestige applies to a tangible reminder such as a fragment or remnant of what is past and gone.
    • boulders that are vestiges of the last ice age
track implies a continuous line that can be followed.
    • the fossilized tracks of dinosaurs

track

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1 to go after or on the track of
  • predators stealthily tracking their prey
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run after

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2 to make one's way through, across, or over
  • Once upon a time, millions of buffalo tracked the wide open plains.
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