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English definition of “track record”

track record

noun [C, usually singular]
 
 
all the past achievements or failures of a person or organization, considered together: a track record in (doing) sth We are looking for people with an excellent track record in marketing.a track record for (doing) sth She has a track record for taking an idea and making it work.a track record of (doing) sth He has a track record of being a winner. a good/poor track record a proven/solid/strong track record
(Definition of track record from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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