A rough path or minor road, typically one beaten by use rather than constructed
follow the track to the farm
a forest track
A prepared course or circuit for athletes, horses, motor vehicles, bicycles, or dogs to race on
a Formula One Grand Prix track
The sport of running on such a track
A mark or line of marks left by a person, animal, or vehicle in passing
he followed the tracks made by the police cars in the snow
The course or route followed by someone or something (used esp. in talking about their pursuit by others)
I didn't want the Russians on my track
A course of action; a way of proceeding
defense budgeting and procurement do not move along different tracks from defense policy as a whole
A continuous line of rails on a railroad
A metal or plastic strip or rail from which a curtain or spotlight may be hung or fitted
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
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
A section of a record, compact disc, or cassette tape containing one song or piece of music
the CD contains early Elvis Presley tracks
A lengthwise strip of magnetic tape containing one sequence of signals
The soundtrack of a film or video
The transverse distance between a vehicle's wheels
A group in which schoolchildren of the same age and ability are taught
carry on the feet and deposit; "track mud into the house"
path: a line or route along which something travels or moves; "the hurricane demolished houses in its path"; "the track of an animal"; "the course of the river"
observe or plot the moving path of something; "track a missile"
lead: evidence pointing to a possible solution; "the police are following a promising lead"; "the trail led straight to the perpetrator"
a pair of parallel rails providing a runway for wheels
chase: go after with the intent to catch; "The policeman chased the mugger down the alley"; "the dog chased the rabbit"
The Track of a road vehicle is the distance at which both the front and rear wheels are disposed.
Track was a company involved in the manufacture and sales of bowling balls and ten-pin bowling related accessories. They were purchased by Columbia Industries and was subsequently transferred to Ebonite International when the latter acquired the former in February 2007. ...
On an optical disc, a track (CD) or title (DVD) is a subdivision of its content. Specifically, it is a consecutive set of sectors on the disc containing a block of data. One session may contain one or more tracks of the same or different types. ...
A disk drive track is a circular path on the surface of a disk or diskette on which information is magnetically recorded and from which recorded information is read.
Track lighting is a method of lighting where light fixtures are attached anywhere on a continuous track device which contains electrical conductors. This is as opposed to the routing of electrical wiring to individual light positions. ...
In navigation, a vehicle's course is the angle that the intended path of the vehicle makes with a fixed reference object (typically true north). Typically course is measured in degrees from 0° clockwise to 360° in compass convention (0° being north, 90° being east). ...
A mark left by something that has passed along; as, the track, or wake, of a ship; the track of a meteor; the track of a sled or a wheel; A mark or impression left by the foot, either of man or beast; trace; vestige; footprint; The entire lower surface of the foot; said of birds, etc; A road; a ...
Railroad tracks; the rails on which trains run
(Tracked) Vehicle or machine using tracks in place of wheels, enabling movement over very rough ground.
(Tracking) In an email marketing campaign, measuring behavioral activities such as click-throughs and open-ups.
(Tracking) also called offtracking. The rear wheels of a vehicle or trailer follow a different path than the front wheels.
(Tracking) the maintenance of records concerning various aspects of mailings, e.g., response rate, date mailed, location of respondents, etc.
(tracking) A common instructional practice of organizing student in groups based on their academic skills. Tracking allows a teacher to provide the same level of instruction to the entire group.
(Tracking) This is a specific means of contouring. It is using one body limb to act as a track for another so that the accuracy of your follow-up is guaranteed.
(tracking) The ability of a computer, at the operator’s instruction, to add or subtract minute increments of space between letters. (See also letter spacing and kerning.)
(Tracking) The function of maintaining status information, including current location, of cargo, cargo items, consignments or containers either full or empty.
(Tracking) A carrier's system of recording movement intervals of shipments from origin to destination.
(TRACKING) A zoom lenses ability to remain in focus throughout the entire zoom range.
(Tracking) The ability of online advertising to measure every step of the advertising process from impression to click to action to advertiser revenue. Tracking is done with server logs, ad management software, and other software packages.