track sth/sb down Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary

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track sth/sb down

phrasal verb with track uk   us   /træk/ verb
C2 to ​find something or someone after ​looking for it, him, or her in a lot of different ​places: He ​finallymanaged to ​track down the ​book he ​wanted.
(Definition of track sth/sb down from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “track sth/sb down”
in Chinese (Simplified) 追踪到, 追查到…
in Turkish uzun uğraşı ve araştırmalar sonucu bulmak…
in Russian разыскать, выследить…
in Chinese (Traditional) 追蹤到, 追查到…
in Polish odnaleźć coś/kogoś, wyśledzić coś/kogoś…
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