English

Detailed Synonyms for tracks in English

tracks:

tracks [the ~] noun

  1. the tracks
    the tracks; the track
    the railway; the railroad; the railroad track
    – a line of track providing a runway for wheels 1
  2. the tracks
    the ways; the roads; the avenues; the tracks

Related Words for "tracks":


track:

track [the ~] noun

  1. the track
    – any road or path affording passage especially a rough one 1
    the trail
    – a path or track roughly blazed through wild or hilly country 1
    the track
    – any road or path affording passage especially a rough one 1
    the path
    – a way especially designed for a particular use 1
    the way
    – any artifact consisting of a road or path affording passage from one place to another 1
    • way [the ~] noun
      • he said he was looking for the way out1
    the stretch
    – a straightaway section of a racetrack 1
    the journey
    – the act of traveling from one place to another 1
    the road
    – an open way (generally public) for travel or transportation 1
    the distance; the round; the small circle; the reach
    the avenue
    – a wide street or thoroughfare 1
  2. the track
    – any road or path affording passage especially a rough one 1
    the track; the cart track; the cartroad
    – any road or path affording passage especially a rough one 1
  3. the track
    the track
    the switch
    – railroad track having two movable rails and necessary connections; used to turn a train from one track to another or to store rolling stock 1
  4. the track
    the course; the track
  5. the track
    the path; the country road; the track
    the lane
    – a narrow way or road 1
  6. the track
    the track
  7. the track
    the track; the rut
  8. the track
    the tracks; the track
    the railway; the railroad track; the railroad
    – a line of track providing a runway for wheels 1
  9. the track
    – the act of participating in an athletic competition involving running on a track 1
    the track; the running
    – the act of participating in an athletic competition involving running on a track 1
  10. the track
    – a course over which races are run 1
    the track; the racecourse; the raceway; the racetrack
    – a course over which races are run 1
  11. the track
    – a bar or pair of parallel bars of rolled steel making the railway along which railroad cars or other vehicles can roll 1
    the track; the rail; the runway; the rails
    – a bar or pair of parallel bars of rolled steel making the railway along which railroad cars or other vehicles can roll 1
  12. the track
    – a pair of parallel rails providing a runway for wheels 1
    the track
    – a pair of parallel rails providing a runway for wheels 1
  13. the track
    – a groove on a phonograph recording 1
    the track
    – a groove on a phonograph recording 1
  14. the track
    – (computer science) one of the circular magnetic paths on a magnetic disk that serve as a guide for writing and reading data 1
    the track; the data track
    – (computer science) one of the circular magnetic paths on a magnetic disk that serve as a guide for writing and reading data 1
  15. the track
    – an endless metal belt on which tracked vehicles move over the ground 1
    the track; the caterpillar track; the caterpillar tread
    – an endless metal belt on which tracked vehicles move over the ground 1
  16. the track
    – evidence pointing to a possible solution 1
    the lead; the track; the trail
    – evidence pointing to a possible solution 1
    • lead [the ~] noun
      • the police are following a promising lead1
      • the trail led straight to the perpetrator1
    • track [the ~] noun
    • trail [the ~] noun
      • the trail led straight to the perpetrator1
  17. the track
    – a distinct selection of music from a recording or a compact disc 1
    the track; the cut
    – a distinct selection of music from a recording or a compact disc 1
    • track [the ~] noun
      • the title track of the album1
    • cut [the ~] noun
      • he played the first cut on the cd1
  18. the track
    – a line or route along which something travels or moves 1
    the course; the track; the path
    – a line or route along which something travels or moves 1
    • course [the ~] noun
      • the course of the river1
    • track [the ~] noun
      • the track of an animal1
    • path [the ~] noun
      • the hurricane demolished houses in its path1
  19. the track
    – An individual song or other discrete piece of audio content. 2
    the track; the audio track
    – An individual song or other discrete piece of audio content. 2
  20. the track
    – In a Smooth Streaming presentation, a contiguous set of chunks encoded at a specific bit rate and stored in a media container format (also called a "wire format"). For Smooth Streams encoded for Silverlight-based clients, the chunks are encoded as MPEG-4 (MP4) fragments and stored in either Smooth Streaming video (.ismv) or Smooth Streaming audio (.isma) containers. A Smooth Streaming presentation typically contains multiple tracks encoded at different bit rates. 2
    the track
    – In a Smooth Streaming presentation, a contiguous set of chunks encoded at a specific bit rate and stored in a media container format (also called a "wire format"). For Smooth Streams encoded for Silverlight-based clients, the chunks are encoded as MPEG-4 (MP4) fragments and stored in either Smooth Streaming video (.ismv) or Smooth Streaming audio (.isma) containers. A Smooth Streaming presentation typically contains multiple tracks encoded at different bit rates. 2

to track verb (tracks, tracked, tracking)

  1. to track
    to follow; to pursue; to ensue; to track; to chase; to run after; to go after
    • follow verb (follows, followed, following)
    • pursue verb (pursues, pursued, pursuing)
    • ensue verb (ensues, ensued, ensuing)
    • track verb (tracks, tracked, tracking)
    • chase verb (chases, chased, chasing)
    • run after verb (runs after, ran after, running after)
    • go after verb (goes after, went after, going after)
  2. to track
    to track; walk in the same track
  3. to track
    – make tracks upon 1
    to track
    – make tracks upon 1
    • track verb (tracks, tracked, tracking)
  4. to track
    – travel across or pass over 1
    to cover; to track; to cross; to traverse; to pass over; to get over; to cut through; cut across; get across
    – travel across or pass over 1
    • cover verb (covers, covered, covering)
      • The caravan covered almost 100 miles each day1
    • track verb (tracks, tracked, tracking)
    • cross verb (crosss, crossed, crossing)
    • traverse verb (traverses, traversed, traversing)
    • pass over verb (passes over, passed over, passing over)
    • get over verb (gets over, got over, getting over)
    • cut through verb (cuts through, cut through, cutting through)
    • cut across verb
    • get across verb
  5. to track
    – go after with the intent to catch 1
    to track; to chase; to tag; to trail; dog; tail; to go after; chase after; give chase
    – go after with the intent to catch 1
    • track verb (tracks, tracked, tracking)
    • chase verb (chases, chased, chasing)
      • The policeman chased the mugger down the alley1
      • the dog chased the rabbit1
    • tag verb (tags, tagged, tagging)
    • trail verb (trails, trailed, trailing)
    • dog verb
      • the dog chased the rabbit1
    • tail verb
    • go after verb (goes after, went after, going after)
    • give chase verb
  6. to track
    – carry on the feet and deposit 1
    to track
    – carry on the feet and deposit 1
    • track verb (tracks, tracked, tracking)
      • track mud into the house1
  7. to track
    – observe or plot the moving path of something 1
    to track
    – observe or plot the moving path of something 1
    • track verb (tracks, tracked, tracking)
      • track a missile1
  8. to track
    – To follow the flow of information; to monitor progress. 2
    to track
    – To follow the flow of information; to monitor progress. 2
    • track verb (tracks, tracked, tracking)

Conjugations for track:

present
  1. track
  2. track
  3. tracks
  4. track
  5. track
  6. track
simple past
  1. tracked
  2. tracked
  3. tracked
  4. tracked
  5. tracked
  6. tracked
present perfect
  1. have tracked
  2. have tracked
  3. has tracked
  4. have tracked
  5. have tracked
  6. have tracked
past continuous
  1. was tracking
  2. were tracking
  3. was tracking
  4. were tracking
  5. were tracking
  6. were tracking
future
  1. shall track
  2. will track
  3. will track
  4. shall track
  5. will track
  6. will track
continuous present
  1. am tracking
  2. are tracking
  3. is tracking
  4. are tracking
  5. are tracking
  6. are tracking
subjunctive
  1. be tracked
  2. be tracked
  3. be tracked
  4. be tracked
  5. be tracked
  6. be tracked
diverse
  1. track!
  2. let's track!
  3. tracked
  4. tracking
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

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Alternate Synonyms for "track":


Related Definitions for "track":

  1. the act of participating in an athletic competition involving running on a track1
  2. a course over which races are run1
  3. any road or path affording passage especially a rough one1
  4. a bar or pair of parallel bars of rolled steel making the railway along which railroad cars or other vehicles can roll1
  5. a pair of parallel rails providing a runway for wheels1
  6. a groove on a phonograph recording1
  7. (computer science) one of the circular magnetic paths on a magnetic disk that serve as a guide for writing and reading data1
  8. an endless metal belt on which tracked vehicles move over the ground1
  9. evidence pointing to a possible solution1
  10. a distinct selection of music from a recording or a compact disc1
    • the title track of the album1
  11. a line or route along which something travels or moves1
    • the track of an animal1
  12. make tracks upon1
  13. travel across or pass over1
  14. go after with the intent to catch1
  15. carry on the feet and deposit1
    • track mud into the house1
  16. observe or plot the moving path of something1
    • track a missile1
  17. An individual song or other discrete piece of audio content.2
  18. To follow the flow of information; to monitor progress.2
  19. In a Smooth Streaming presentation, a contiguous set of chunks encoded at a specific bit rate and stored in a media container format (also called a "wire format"). For Smooth Streams encoded for Silverlight-based clients, the chunks are encoded as MPEG-4 (MP4) fragments and stored in either Smooth Streaming video (.ismv) or Smooth Streaming audio (.isma) containers. A Smooth Streaming presentation typically contains multiple tracks encoded at different bit rates.2