Word: track

Category: track

Sports, Arts & Entertainment, Business & Industrial

Related words: track

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Synonyms: track

eyeglass

Translations: track

spanish
carril, surco, vía


german
bahnsteig, führungsbahn, jagen, die, geleise, ...

french
chemin, suivre, ligne, pister, dépister, ...

italian
pista, binario, rotaia, carreggiata

portuguese
linha, rastrear, traço, traçar, trilha, ...

dutch
spoor, rail, weg, afdruk, baan

russian
след, тропа, большак, ипподром, дорога, ...

norwegian
far, spor, fotspor, tråkk, sti

swedish
väg, spår

finnish
ajo, polku, raide, tie, ura, ...

czech
koleje, cesta, dráha, kolej, sledovat, ...

polish
torowisko, bieżnia, trakt, śledź, utwór, ...

hungarian
útvonal, menetvonal, pálya, sínpár, keréktávolság, ...

turkish
ray, iz

greek
ίχνη, μονοπάτι, πίστα

ukrainian
трек, слід, доріжка, шлях, колія

bulgarian
след

estonian
jälg, rada, teekonnajoon

croatian
trag, traka, staza, perforacija, pratiti, ...

icelandic
braut

lithuanian
kelias, bėgis

latvian
sliede

romanian
şină, urm

slovenian
proga

slovak
trať, dráha

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The meaning and "use of": track

noun
  • a rough path or minor road, typically one beaten by use rather than constructed.
  • a continuous line of rails on a railroad.
  • a recording of one song or piece of music.
  • the transverse distance between a vehicle's wheels.
  • a group in which schoolchildren of the same age and ability are taught.

verb
  • follow the course or trail of (someone or something), typically in order to find them or note their location at various points.
  • (of wheels) run so that the back ones are exactly in the track of the front ones.
  • (of a tunable circuit or component) vary in frequency in the same way as another circuit or component, so that the frequency difference between them remains constant.
  • assign (a student) to a course of study according to ability.

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