Definition of track record in English:

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track record

Pronunciation: /ˈtrak ˌrekərd/

noun

1The best recorded performance in a particular track-and-field event at a particular track.
Example sentences
  • I rode against him at Eastbourne last week and he broke the track record.
  • His track record was smashed twice last night in the fastest speedway meeting ever held in Manchester.
  • It was heart-breaking because he conceded 23 lb to the winner and they smashed the track record.
1.1The past achievements or performance of a person, organization, or product: he has an excellent track record as an author
More example sentences
  • Each member of the consortium has a proven track record in the field of supported employment.
  • He recommends sticking to firms that have a track record because they have proved that they know how to run the funds.
  • There is a proven track record of prejudice, narrow thinking and incompetent advice.

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Syllabification: track rec·ord

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