Definition of trackside in English:

trackside

Line breaks: track|side
Pronunciation: /ˈtraksʌɪd
 
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noun

  • The area adjacent to a railway track or a sports track.
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    • I wonder if readers, who are also rail users, would agree that the issue of littering in the town extends very much to the railway trackside on the approaches to Bolton station.
    • He hit a trackside barrier, suffered serious head, chest and neck injuries and died in hospital two weeks later.
    • The vast ground features a running track between the trackside and the stands, though, and United do not consider it an intimidating venue.

adjective & adverb

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  • By the side of a railway track or sports track: [as adjective]: a trackside bookmaker [as adverb]: rail fans will enjoy sitting trackside
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    • For those who don't know what a detector is, they are simply safety devices installed trackside at strategic points and their job is to scan the train when it passes by…
    • We walked outside near Walter Payton's Roundhouse and through the parking lot, but soon it was time for the seven of us to return to trackside to catch our inbound train to Chicago.
    • We got out of the taxi and followed them past the guard shack, inside the corrugated iron fence, passing along the way some trackside food vendors, and a sort of red light establishment.

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