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track

noun (PATH) 道路     /træk/
[C] a path or rough road which is made of soil rather than having a surface covered with stone or other material 小道,小径 The house is at the end of a dirt/an unmade track. 房子在一条泥土路/尚未铺好的小路的尽头。 Pedestrian routes
[C or U] the pair of long metal bars fixed on the ground at an equal distance from each other, along which trains travel (铁路的)轨道 a 10-mile stretch of track 10英里长的铁轨 Passengers are requested not to walk across the tracks. 乘客不要穿越铁轨。 Railways and railway lines
(Definition of track noun (PATH) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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