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lose track

to not know any longer where someone or something is, or to not be able to remember something: I’ve lost track of most of my old college friends, unfortunately. Can you remember what number we were working on? I've lost track.
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lose track

B2 to no longer know what is happening, or not to remember something: What he was saying was so complicated that I lost track after the first couple of sentences. I've lost track of the number of times he's asked me to lend him money.
(Definition of lose track from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “lose track”
in Chinese (Simplified) 忘记, 失去…的线索…
in Chinese (Traditional) 忘記, 跟不上最新的情況…
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