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track

noun /trӕk/
a mark left, especially a footprint etc
rastro, huella, pista
They followed the lion’s tracks.
a path or rough road
camino, senda, sendero
a mountain track.
( also racetrack) a course on which runners, cyclists etc race
pista
a running track ( also adjective) the 100 metres sprint and other track events.
a railway/railroad line
vía; andén
A train was comng down the track.
tracksuit noun a warm suit worn by athletes etc when exercising, or before and after performing.
chándal
in one’s tracks where one stands or is
en seco, allí mismo
He stopped dead in his tracks.
keep/lose track of (not) to keep oneself informed about (the progress or whereabouts of)
mantenerse al tanto, mantenerse al corriente; perder el hilo, no estar al corriente
I’ve lost track of what is happening.
make tracks (for) to depart, or set off (towards)
ir tirando; largarse
We ought to be making tracks (for home).
track down phrasal verb to pursue or search for (someone or something) until it is caught or found
localizar, dar con, encontrar, averiguar el paradero
I managed to track down an old copy of the book.
tracker dog noun a dog that is trained to find people, drugs, explosives etc.
perro rastreador
(Definition of track from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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