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track

noun (SPORT)    /træk/
B1 [C] a type of path or road , often in the shape of a ring , which has been specially designed and built for sports events , especially racing : an all-weather track a dog / horse track The runners are now on their final lap of the track. → See also racetrackSurfaces on which sports take place B2 [U] US a sport in which people compete with each other by running a race on a specially prepared circular path : a track event Athletics [U] (also track and field) US for athletics
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