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Polish translation of “track”

track

noun
 
 
/træk/
PATH [C] B1 a narrow path or road
ścieżka, droga (gruntowa)
We followed a dirt track off the main road.Pedestrian routes
RAILWAY [C] the long metal lines which a train travels along
tor
UK a railway track/ US a railroad trackRailways and railway lines
RACE [C] B1 a path, often circular, used for races
bieżnia, tor
a race track track eventsSurfaces on which sports take placeAthletics
SPORT [U] US B2 the sport of running in races around a wide circular path made for this sport
biegi
Surfaces on which sports take placeAthletics
MUSIC [C] B2 one song or piece of music on a CD, record, etc
ścieżka (dźwiękowa), utwór
Recording sounds and images
keep track to continue to know what is happening to someone or something
nadążać, śledzić
He changes jobs so often - I find it hard to keep track of what he's doing.Knowledge and awareness
lose track B2 to not know what is happening to someone or something any more
stracić rachubę
I've lost track of how much we've spent.Unaware
on track making progress and likely to succeed
na dobrej drodze
[+ to do sth] A fighter from Edinburgh is on track to become world heavyweight boxing champion.Successful (things or people)
(Definition of track noun from the Cambridge English-Polish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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