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track /træk/ noun
track verb


پیدا کردن ، با طناب کشیدن ، رد (اثر) ، زمین بازیهای میدانی ، ادامه گوی در مسیر بولینگ ، ایز راه ، اثار ، مسیر طی شده ، ردیابی کردن ، تعقیب مسیر کردن ، تعقیب کردن ، شیار ، لبه ، باریکه ، پیگردی کردن ، رد پا ، اثر ، خط اهن ، جاده ، راه ، نشان ، مسابقه دویدن ، تسلسل ، توالی ، ردپاراگرفتن ، پی کردن ، دنبال کردن ، علوم مهندسی: خط ، کامپیوتر: پیگردی کردن ، معماری: خط سیر ، زیست شناسی: راهچه ، ورزش: مسیر دو ، پیست مسابقه اتومبیل رانی یا اسبدوانی مسیر بیضی شکل دو و میدانی ، علوم هوایی: مسیر ، علوم نظامی: در رهگیری هوایی یعنی " به نظر من هواپیمای دشمن روی مسیری است که داده شده است"

: track 2

رد پا ، جای پا ، پی خط ، خط سیر ، مسیر ، خط اهن ، رویه ، راه ، جاده ، نشان ، سراغ ، اثر

: track 1

پیگیری کردن ، علوم دریایی: دنبال کردن

: track 2 (tr)

راه رفته شده ، راه پیموده ، علوم دریایی: syn : course made good
الکترونیک: شیار ، لبه ، باریکه ، پیگردی کردن ، کامپیوتر: راهچه ، زیست شناسی: مسیر دو ، تربیت بدنی: پیدا کردن ، با طناب کشیدن ، راه ، جاده ، رد ، مسیر ، خط ، علوم مهندسی: رد ، اثر : ، زمین بازیهای میدانی ، ادامه گوی در مسیر بولینگ ، پیست مسابقه اتومبیل رانی یا اسبدوانی مسیر بیضی شکل دو و میدانی ، ورزشی: مسیر ، هواپیمایی: ایز ، ایز راه ، مسیر ، خط سیر ، معماری: مسیر ، اثار ، رد پا ، مسیر طی شده ، راه ، ردیابی کردن ، تعقیب مسیر کردن ، تعقیب کردن ، در رهگیری هوایی یعنی " به نظر من هواپیمای دشمن روی مسیری است که داده شده است ، " . علوم نظامی: شیار، لبه ، باریکه ، پیگردی کردن ، رد پا، اثر، خط اهن ، جاده ، راه ، نشان ، مسابقه دویدن ، تسلسل ، توالی ، ردپاراگرفتن ، پی کردن ، دنبال کردن کامپیوتر: موزیک ، دیسک صوتی

[TahlilGaran] Persian Dictionary

track
[noun]
Synonyms:
- path, course, line, orbit, pathway, road, trajectory, way
- trail, footmark, footprint, footstep, mark, path, spoor, trace, wake
- line, permanent way, rails
[verb]
Synonyms:
- follow, chase, hunt down, pursue, shadow, stalk, tail (informal), trace, trail
Related Idioms: beaten path, be hot on the trail of
Related Words: impress, imprint, mark, print, sign, vestige, footpath, footway, walk, roadway, trackway, scent, slot, follow, dog, shadow, tail, chase, pursue, find, hunt (down), smell (out)
English Thesaurus: field, stadium, ground, ballpark/park, court, ...

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

I. track1 S2 W2 /træk/ noun
[Date: 1400-1500; Language: Old French; Origin: trac]

1. PATH/ROAD [countable] a narrow path or road with a rough uneven surface, especially one made by people or animals frequently moving through the same place:
The road leading to the farm was little more than a dirt track.
The track led through dense forest.
a steep mountain track

2. MARKS ON GROUND tracks [plural] a line of marks left on the ground by a moving person, animal, or vehicle:
We followed the tyre tracks across a muddy field.
The tracks, which looked like a fox’s, led into the woods.

3. FOR RACING [countable] a circular course around which runners, cars etc race, which often has a specially prepared surface:
To run a mile, you have to run four circuits of the track.dirt track(2)

4.
TRAIN [countable]
a) the two metal lines along which trains travel Synonym : railway line:
The track was damaged in several places.
b) American English the particular track that a train leaves from or arrives at:
The train for Boston is leaving from track 2.

5. be on the right/wrong track to think in a way that is likely to lead to a correct or incorrect result:
We’ve had the initial test results and it looks as though we’re on the right track.

6. keep/lose track of somebody/something to pay attention to someone or something, so that you know where they are or what is happening to them, or to fail to do this:
It’s difficult to keep track of all the new discoveries in genetics.
I just lost all track of time.

7. MUSIC/SONG [countable] one of the songs or pieces of music on a record, cassette, or CD:
There’s a great Miles Davis track on side two.

8. stop/halt (dead) in your tracks to suddenly stop, especially because something has frightened or surprised you

9. cover your tracks to be careful not to leave any signs that could let people know where you have been or what you have done because you want to keep it a secret, usually because it is illegal:
He tried to cover his tracks by burning all the documents.

10. SPORT [uncountable] American English
a) sport that involves running on a track:
The next year he didn’t run track or play football.
b) all the sports in an athletics competition such as running, jumping, or throwing the javelin:
a famous track star
She went out for track in the spring (=she joined the school’s track team).

11. be on track spoken to be likely to achieve the result you want:
We’re still on track for 10% growth.

12. get off the track spoken to begin to deal with a new subject rather than the main one which was being discussed:
Don’t get off the track, we’re looking at this year’s figures not last year’s.

13. be on the track of somebody/something to hunt or search for someone or something:
Police are on the track of the bank robbers.

14. make tracks spoken used to say you must leave a place:
It’s time we started making tracks.

15. DIRECTION [countable] the direction or line taken by something as it moves
track of
islands that lie in the track of North Atlantic storms

16. ON A VEHICLE [countable] a continuous metal band that goes over the wheels of a vehicle such as a bulldozer, allowing it to move over uneven ground
off the beaten track at beaten(1), ⇒ one-track mind, ⇒ be from the wrong side of the tracks at wrong1(17)

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. track2 verb

1. SEARCH [transitive] to search for a person or animal by following the marks they leave behind them on the ground, their smell etc:
Police have been tracking the four criminals all over Central America.
track somebody to something
The dogs tracked the wolf to its lair.

2. DEVELOPMENT [transitive] to record or study the behaviour or development of someone or something over time:
The progress of each student is tracked by computer.

3. AIRCRAFT/SHIP [transitive] to follow the movements of an aircraft or ship by using radar:
a tracking station

4. CAMERA [intransitive + in/out] to move a film or television camera away from or towards a scene in order to follow the action that you are recording

5. SCHOOL [transitive] American English to put schoolchildren in groups according to their ability Synonym : stream British English

6. MARK [transitive] American English to leave behind a track of something such as mud or dirt when you walk:
Which of you boys tracked mud all over the kitchen floor?
track somebody/something ↔ down phrasal verb
to find someone or something that is difficult to find by searching or looking for information in several different places:
I finally managed to track down the book you wanted in a shop near the station.
Detectives had tracked her down in California.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

track
noun
I. marks left behind by a car/a person/an animal
ADJ. deep | fresh | animal, boot, car, tyre The beach is criss-crossed with animal tracks.
VERB + TRACK leave, make Rabbits had left tracks in the snow.
cover (often figurative) He had been careless, and had done little to cover his tracks.
follow
PREP. on the ~ of (often figurative) She felt the excitement of a journalist on the track of a good story.
PHRASES freeze/halt/stop in your tracks (figurative), halt/stop sb/sth in their/its tracks (figurative) The disease was stopped in its tracks by immunization programmes.
make tracks (figurative) It's getting late?I'd better make tracks (= leave).

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

track
II. path/rough road
ADJ. narrow | wide | steep | bumpy, dusty, grassy, muddy, rough, rutted, sandy, slippery, stony | ancient, medieval | cinder, dirt, mud, unpaved | cart, cycle, sheep, ski | single a single track road with passing places
farm, forest/forestry, hillside, mountain, woodland | perimeter A few planes were parked on the perimeter track of the airfield.
VERB + TRACK follow
TRACK + VERB lead The track leads across a meadow.
fork When the track forks, take the left fork.
PREP. along/down/up a/the ~ Continue along the farm track for another hundred metres.
PHRASES off the beaten track (figurative) (= not in a place that most people go to), on the right/wrong track (figurative) The new manager successfully got the team back onto the right track.
on the wrong track (figurative) The police were on the wrong track when they treated the case as a revenge killing.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

track
III. special path, often in a circle, for racing
ADJ. race (also racetrack), running | indoor, outdoor | all-weather | training, warm-up | fast | dog
PHRASES track and field The competition features many top track and field athletes.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

track
IV. metal rails on which a train runs
ADJ. rail, railway, tram | double, single | elevated | eastbound, westbound, etc. | narrow gauge, standard gauge
VERB + TRACK lay | lift Many branch lines were closed, and the tracks lifted.
TRACK + NOUN layout

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

track
V. direction/course that sb/sth takes
ADJ. fast, inside an inside track to the ear of government
parallel, twin a twin track approach to crime
career She decided to change her career track.
VERB + TRACK switch He switched tracks and went back to college.
PREP. along a/the ~ Film comedy developed along a similar track to film drama.
on (a/the) ~ A UN spokesman insisted that the implementation of the peace plan is back on track. The ship was on a southerly track.
~ for She seems to be on the fast track for promotion.
~ to The country is on the fast track to democracy.
PHRASES keep track of sth (= to know what is happening, where sth is, etc.) Keep track of all your payments by writing them down in a book.
lose track of sth (= to not know what is happening, where sth is, etc.) I was so absorbed in my work that I lost track of time.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

track
VI. one song/piece of music on a cassette/CD
ADJ. album | live | title | unreleased | dance, disco | backing | drum, guitar, rhythm, solo, vocal (see also soundtrack)
VERB + TRACK cut, lay down, record She had already cut a couple of tracks as lead singer with her own group.
play | listen to

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary


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