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track recordnoun [C]

us   /ˈtræk ˌrek·ərd/
all of the successes and failures of a person or organization considered together: We invest in large companies with an impressive track record of introducing new technology.
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track recordnoun [C, usually singular]

uk   us  
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)
Translations of “track record”
in Chinese (Simplified) 成绩记录…
in Turkish sicil, başarı çizelgesi, gelişim kayıtları…
in Russian послужной список, достижения…
in Chinese (Traditional) 成績記錄…
in Polish dokonania, osiągnięcia…
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