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  1. track

    • IPA[trak]

    美式

    • n.
      a rough path or minor road, typically one beaten by use rather than constructed;a prepared course or circuit for athletes, horses, motor vehicles, bicycles, or dogs to race on
    • v.
      follow the course or trail of (someone or something), typically in order to find them or note their location at various points;follow and note the course or progress of
    • verb: track, 3rd person present: tracks, gerund or present participle: tracking, past tense: tracked, past participle: tracked

    • noun: track, plural noun: tracks

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    名詞

    • 1. a rough path or minor road, typically one beaten by use rather than constructed follow the track to the farm a forest track 同義詞 path, pathway, footpath, lane, trail, ... 更多
    • a prepared course or circuit for athletes, horses, motor vehicles, bicycles, or dogs to race on a Formula One Grand Prix track 同義詞 course, racecourse, running track, racetrack, speedway, ... 更多
    • the sport of running on a track.
    • 2. a mark or line of marks left by a person, animal, or vehicle in passing he followed the tracks made by the cars in the snow 同義詞 traces, marks, impressions, prints, imprints, ... 更多
    • the course or route followed by someone or something (used especially in talking about their pursuit by others) I didn't want the Russians on my track 同義詞 course, path, line, orbit, route, ... 更多
    • a course of action; a way of proceeding defense budgeting and procurement do not move along different tracks from defense policy as a whole
    • 3. a continuous line of rails on a railroad commuters had to leave trains to walk along the tracks 130 kilometers of track 同義詞 rail, line, railroad line, railroad, tramlines, ... 更多
    • a metal or plastic strip or rail from which a curtain or spotlight may be hung or fitted.
    • a strip on the mast, boom, or deck of a yacht along which a slide attached to a sail can be moved, used to adjust the position of the sail.
    • 4. a recording of one song or piece of music the CD contains early Elvis Presley tracks 同義詞 song, recording, number, piece
    • a lengthwise strip of magnetic tape containing one sequence of signals.
    • the soundtrack of a film or video.
    • 5. a continuous articulated metal band around the wheels of a heavy vehicle such as a tank or bulldozer, intended to facilitate movement over rough or soft ground.
    • a continuous line of copper or other conductive material on a printed circuit board, used to connect parts of a circuit extremely thin tracks are not able to withstand much heat when soldering
    • 6. the transverse distance between a vehicle's wheels.
    • 7. US a group in which schoolchildren of the same age and ability are taught.

    動詞

    • 1. follow the course or trail of (someone or something), typically in order to find them or note their location at various points secondary radars that track the aircraft in flight he tracked Anna to her room
    • follow and note the course or progress of they are tracking the girth and evolution of stars
    • follow a particular course the storm was tracking across the ground at 30 mph
    • (of a stylus) follow (a groove in a record) the pickup's stylus must faithfully track undulations the DT1 tracks exceptionally well
    • (of a film or television camera) move in relation to the subject being filmed the camera eventually tracked away
    • 2. (of wheels) run so that the back ones are exactly in the track of the front ones.
    • 3. (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.
    • 4. US assign (a student) to a course of study according to ability.
    • ph.
      leave a trail of dirty footprints on a surface

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • n.
      the best recorded performance in a particular track-and-field event at a particular track.

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • n.
      the inner, shorter side of a racecourse.

    Oxford Dictionary

    • n.
      a route, course, or method that provides for more rapid results than usual: a career in the fast track of the Civil Service
    • v.
      accelerate the development or progress of (a person or project): the old boys' network fast-tracks men to the top of the corporate ladder

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • n.
      the best recorded performance in a particular athletics event at a particular track.

    Oxford Dictionary

    • ph.
      leave a trail of dirty footprints on a surface

    Oxford Dictionary

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    • IPA[trak]

    英式

    • n.
      a rough path or road, typically one beaten by use rather than constructed: follow the track to the farm a forest track
    • v.
      follow the trail or movements of (someone or something), typically in order to find them or ... secondary radars that track the aircraft in flight he tracked Anna to her room

    Oxford Dictionary

    • IPA[trak]

    美式

    • v.
      tow (a boat) along a waterway from the bank: he was going to track the canoe up the ice-hung rapids

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • IPA[trak]

    英式

    • v.
      tow (a canoe) along a waterway from the bank: he was going to track the canoe up the ice-hung rapids

    Oxford Dictionary