Definition of inside track in English:

inside track

Line breaks: in¦side track

noun

1The inner, shorter side of a racecourse.
More example sentences
  • Ward held the inside track and outmaneuvered his opponent to win.
1.1A position of advantage: he always had the inside track for the starring role
More example sentences
  • But no one had the inside track for the position.
  • The plan is to let five players compete for two open starting jobs in training camp, but Claridge should have the inside track for one position.
  • Danny Bautista, a career part-timer, has the inside track at the position.

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