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tracking British & World English

The maintenance of a constant difference in frequency between two or more connected circuits or components

track1 British & World English

Follow the trail or movements of (someone or something), typically in order to find them or note their course

track2 British & World English

Tow (a canoe) along a waterway from the bank

eye tracking British & World English

A technology that monitors eye movements as a means of detecting abnormalities or of studying how people interact with text or online documents

self-tracking British & World English

The practice of systematically recording information about one’s diet, health, or activities, typically by means of a smartphone, so as to discover behavioural patterns that may be adjusted to help improve one’s physical or mental well-being

tracking station British & World English

A place from which the movements of missiles, aircraft, or satellites are tracked by radar or radio

backtrack British & World English

Retrace one’s steps

fast track British & World English

Accelerate the progress of (a person or project)

sidetrack British & World English

Cause (someone) to be distracted from an immediate or important issue

multitrack British & World English

Record using multitrack recording

track something up in track1 British & World English

Leave a trail of dirty footprints on a surface

track something in in track1 British & World English

Leave a trail of dirt, debris, or snow from one’s feet

track something up British & World English

Leave a trail of dirty footprints on a surface

track something in British & World English

Leave a trail of dirt, debris, or snow from one’s feet

track someone/thing down in track1 British & World English

Find someone or something after a thorough or difficult search

track someone/thing down British & World English

Find someone or something after a thorough or difficult search