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I walked along a track to the mountain village.
There's a dirt track leading from the main road.
a railway track
a straight stretch of track
a curtain track
The storm's track was similar to several others this year.
the fast track to wealth and prosperity
We're proceeding on a diplomatic track.
The 14 tracks vary from happy pop songs to sombre ballads.
We need a system to keep track of all our expenses.
It's getting late – I think we'd better make tracks.
The project seems to have gone a little off track.
The figures show we are on the right track.
Vanessa got back on track and won the match.
We're right on track to create two million new jobs.
I stopped dead in my tracks when I saw who she had with her.
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Definition of track from the online English dictionary from Macmillan Publishers Limited.