Definition of off-track in English:

off-track

Syllabification: off-track
Pronunciation: /ˌôfˈtrak
 
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adjective

North American
(Of betting on a race) situated or taking place away from a racetrack.
More example sentences
  • In North America, it will be distributed via the Australian Racing Network to racetracks, off-track betting sites, and internet wagering sites.
  • For the last year, the Yavapai Nation has attempted to amend an appendix that requires an Arizona racetrack to get off-track betting business taking place at the casino.
  • Those participants who qualify from each local market will join as a team representing their racetrack or off-track betting facility in Las Vegas.

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