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Spanish translation of “track”

track

noun /trӕk/
a mark left, especially a footprint etc They followed the lion’s tracks. a path or rough road a mountain track. (also racetrack) a course on which runners, cyclists etc race a running track (also adjective) the 100 metres sprint and other track events. a railway line A train was comng down the track. tracksuit noun a warm suit worn by athletes etc when exercising, or before and after performing. in one’s tracks where one stands or is 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 to pursue or search for (someone or something) until it is caught or found 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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