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A track is a line of evidence or a series of marked points that indicate the route or movement of something.
(noun) a rough path or minor road, typically one beaten by feet or wheels;
(verb) follow (a person, vehicle, or their path) by sight or sound;
(verb) follow (an animal’s trail);
(verb) record or plot the movement of (a person, vehicle, or animal) over a period of time;
(verb) mark or make (a trail) by continual footprints or tire marks;
(verb) lay down or provide (a railway track);
(verb) convey or be conveyed on a conveyor belt or other continuous moving system;
(verb) cause (a missile, vehicle, or person) to go
I need to fix the track on my roller coaster.
The race car took the lead on the third lap around the track.
I could hear the faint sound of music coming from the next track over.
I could see the tracks from the animal that went through my garden.
She got a job working at the track.