Word:

track

track

Fährte, Fußspur, Spur, Bahn, Weg, Bahnsteig, Bahnstrecke, Geleise, Gleis, Piste, verfolgen, nachspüren, Schiene, tracken, Pfad
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track

noun

a song or other relatively short piece of music, on a record, separated from others by a short silence

noun

beaten path

noun

circular data storage unit on a side of magnetic or optical disk

noun

course

noun

course; way

noun

cricket: pitch

noun

cricket: the pitch

noun

distance between two opposite wheels

noun

entire lower surface of the foot

noun

mark left by something that has passed along

noun

mark or impression left by the foot

noun

path or course laid out for a race or exercise

noun

path or course laid out for a race, etc

noun

permanent way; the rails

noun

physical track on a record

noun

racing events of track and field

noun

road; beaten path

noun

session talk

noun

sound stored on a record

noun

the permanent way

noun

track and field

noun

tract or area

noun

tract or area, as of land

verb

discover the location of a person or object

verb

monitor the movement of a person or object

verb

observe the state of an object over time

verb

to discover the location of person or an object

verb

to follow the tracks of

verb

to monitor someone's or something's movement

verb

to observe the (measured) state of an object over time

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Tracer
Traces
traces out
trachea
Tracheae
Tracheotomies
tracheotomy
Trachoma
Tracing
tracing file
tracing files
tracing out
tracing paper
tracing service
tracing services
tracing-paper
-- track --
track address
track and field
track ball
track density
track description record
track down
track hound
track hounds
track pitch
track railway
track railways
track spikes
track vehicle
track vehicles
Trackable
Trackage
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