Definition of TRACK

  • pair of parallel rails on which a train runs
  • marks left by an animal, person, or vehicle
  • path
  • course for running
  • band of recorded sound, as on a compact disc
  • to follow; pursue
  • in the spot in which one is or is standing at the moment
  • to be aware; keep informed
  • to fail to keep informed; neglect to keep a record
  • to go or depart in a hurry
  • departing from the objective or the subject at hand; astray
  • in search or pursuit of; close upon
  • to follow the marks of an animal or vehicle [v -ED, -ING, -S]
  • from a poor or wealthy part of a community or of society
  • to pursue until caught or captured; follow
  • to follow the marks left by an animal, a person, or a vehicle [v TRACKED, TRACKING, TRACKS]