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İngilizce - Türkçe
iz bırakmayan
izsiz
yolsuz
{s} yolu olmayan
{s} raysız giden
iz kalmayan
tracklessnessizsizlik
iz bırakmadan
raysız giden tracklesslyizsiz
paletsiz/izsiz/yolsuz
yol suz
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{f} izlemek

Tom'un yaptıklarını izlemekten daha iyi yapacak işlerim var. - I've got better things to do than to keep track of what Tom's doing.

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izlemek (iz vb)
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{i} yol

Sanırım sen doğru yoldasın. - I think you're on the right track.

Siz doğru yoldasınız. - You're on the right track.

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{i} iz
trackless trolley
raysız tramvay
trackless trolley
raysiz tramvay
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hat

Tren hangi hattan Higashi-Kakogava' ya hareket eder? - From which track does the train to Higashi-Kakogawa leave?

Her sabah demir yolu hatlarını geçeriz. - We cross the railroad tracks every morning.

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rota
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ray

Tom her sabah işe giderken demiryolu raylarını geçer. - Tom crosses the railroad tracks every morning on his way to work.

Raylar yola paralel uzanıyor. - The tracks run parallel to the road.

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takip etmek
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iz bırakmak
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{i} tekerlek aralığı
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spor atletizm
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{f} tara

Mary donör tarafından tasarlanmış ve biyolojik babasını izlemeye çalışıyordu. - Mary was donor-conceived and is trying to track down her biological father.

Biz geyikler tarafından bırakılan izleri takip ettik. - We followed the tracks left by the deer.

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(fiil) izlemek, takip etmek, izini aramak, iz bırakmak, geçmek (çöl vb.), ray döşemek, ayağıyla içeri taşımak (çamur vb.), palet takmak (araç)
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ayağıyla içeri taşımak
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{f} izini aramak
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{i} yörünge
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takip edilen yol
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sevk bandı yolu
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dozer palet takımı
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tırtıl
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demiryolu hattı
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(Bilgisayar) izle

Ben geyiğin izlerini izledim. - I followed the deer's tracks.

Tom'un yaptıklarını izlemekten daha iyi yapacak işlerim var. - I've got better things to do than to keep track of what Tom's doing.

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pist (yarış)
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(İnşaat) bant yolu
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keçiyolu
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{i} tarama
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palet
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yarış pisti

Yavaşla. Bu bir yarış pisti değil. - Slow down. It's not a race track.

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müzik
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izini sürmek
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izini takibetmek
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şarkı
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parça

Muhtemelen fosilleşmiş parçalar jura dönemi hayvanlarına aittir. - Possibly the fossilized tracks belong to animals of the Jurassic period.

Lastik parçasını buldum. - I found the track of the tire.

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Takip

AIDS araştırma dünyasında yer alan tüm değişiklikleri takip edemem. - I can't keep track of all the changes taking place in the world of AIDS research.

Umut verici görünen her şeyi takip edin. - Keep track of everything that looks promising.

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{i} patika
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(Tekstil) (Sevk bandı için) yol
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(Askeri) İz, izlemek
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{i} spor (yarışların yapıldığı) pist
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{f} palet takmak (araç)
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iz, izlemek iz
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{f} ayağıyla içeri taşımak (çamur vb.)
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{i} patika. 5
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pist

Yavaşla. Bu bir yarış pisti değil. - Slow down. It's not a race track.

Birçok kumarbaz, at yarışı pistinde para kazanır ve kaybeder. - Many gamblers win and lose money at the horse-race track.

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{f} geçmek (çöl vb.)
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iz bırakmak veya yapmak
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ray döşemek
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{i} dümen suyu
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(Askeri) (NATO) TAKİP ETMEK: Bir top veya kestirme cihazını hareket halindeki bir hedefe yöneltilmiş durumda tutmak
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ayak veya tekerlek izi
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{i} tekerlek izi
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{i} palet (araç)
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{i} iz: He followed the bear's tracks. Ayının ayak izlerini takip etti
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iki tekerlek arasında uzanmak track down izle
İngilizce - İngilizce
not having tracks or paths; untrodden
not running on tracks
{a} not marked out, untrodden, desert
lacking pathways; "trackless wilderness"; "roadless areas"
Having no track; marked by no footsteps; untrodden; as, a trackless desert
{s} not leaving behind tracks, not leaving marks; untrodden, not yet walked upon
having no tracks; "a trackless trolley"; "the trackless snowy meadow
having no tracks; "a trackless trolley"; "the trackless snowy meadow"
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A trolley bus
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A mark left by something that has passed along; as, the track, or wake, of a ship; the track of a meteor; the track of a sled or a wheel
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To observe the (measured) state of an object over time
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Sound stored on a record
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A tract or area, as of land
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To follow the tracks of

My uncle spent all day tracking the deer.

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To discover the location of a person or object (usually in the form track down)
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A path or course laid out for a race, for exercise, etc
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To monitor the movement of a person or object
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The entire lower surface of the foot; said of birds, etc
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Circular (never-ending) data storage unit on a side of magnetic or optical disk, divided into sectors
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The distance between two opposite wheels on a same axletree (also track width)
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The physical track on a record
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The permanent way; the rails
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In a school, a track is a group of children of the same age and ability who are taught together
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If you track animals or people, you try to follow them by looking for the signs that they have left behind, for example the marks left by their feet. He thought he had better track this wolf and kill it
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To track someone or something means to follow their movements by means of a special device, such as a satellite or radar. Our radar began tracking the jets
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A track is one of the songs or pieces of music on a CD, record, or tape
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A track is a narrow road or path. We set off once more, over a rough mountain track. = path
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Tracks are marks left in the ground by the feet of animals or people. The only evidence of pandas was their tracks in the snow
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A track is a piece of ground, often oval-shaped, that is used for races involving athletes, cars, bicycles, horses, or dogs called greyhounds. The two men turned to watch the horses going round the track. the athletics track
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If you track someone or something, you investigate them, because you are interested in finding out more about them. If it's possible, track the rumour back to its origin
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{n} a beaten path, road, rut, mark left
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{v} to follow by marks left, to draw
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(computer science) one of the circular magnetic paths on a magnetic disk that serve as a guide for writing and reading data
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A part of the audio tape that has one channel of audio recorded onto it It is in parallel with the length of the tape On a standard stereo audio cassette there are four tracks, two for each direction
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To draw along continuously, as a vessel, by a line, men or animals on shore being the motive power; to tow
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To follow tracks
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A concentric collection of sectors on a hard- or floppy disk The outermost track on the top of the disk (or platter) is numbered track 0 side 0, and the outermost track on the other side is numbered track 0 side1 Numbering increases inwards towards the center of the disk Tracks are created during the disk formatting process On tapes, tracks are parallel lines down the axis of the tape
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One of the many concentric magnetic circle patterns written on a disk surface for storing and reading data
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Closed, concentric ring on a disk on which data is recorded
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travel across or pass over; "The caravan covered almost 100 miles each day"
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Area of bowling ball that makes contact with the surface during its path down the lane Because of revolving motion, this area is usually in the form of a ring or rings around the ball
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If someone covers their tracks, they hide or destroy evidence of their identity or their actions, because they want to keep them secret. He covered his tracks, burnt letters and diaries
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a groove on a phonograph recording
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To follow the tracks or traces of; to pursue by following the marks of the feet; to trace; to trail; as, to track a deer in the snow
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{i} lane, path; signs, trails; mark or lines left by a car or person or animal; railroad; channel; prepared course for racing or running; selection of music from a recording, section of a compact disc or cassette tape that contains one song or one piece of music; diagonal distance between the wheels of a car; groove of a wheel; caterpillar tread
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To discover the location of person or an object (usually in the form track down)
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If someone or something stops a process or activity in its tracks, or if it stops dead in its tracks, they prevent the process or activity from continuing. U.S. manufacturers may find the export boom stopping dead in its tracks
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evidence pointing to a possible solution; "the police are following a promising lead"; "the trail led straight to the perpetrator"
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If you make tracks, you leave the place where you are, especially when you are in a hurry. We'd better make tracks soon, hadn't we?
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1) Area most used on lane, creating a path to pins; 2) area on a bowling ball where it rolls and picks up minute particles
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the area of intersection of a track and a sector on a storage disk
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One contiguous physical spiral area from inner diameter to outer diameter containing information (dual layer DVD discs have two physical tracks ) Or, the information contained within a single 360 ° rotation of the disc Or, one contiguous logical element of information, such as a single CD audio "song" or computer data region (one CD session contains from one up to 99 such logical tracks, each consisting of a pre-gap, user data, and a post-gap )
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(n ) A concentric ring on a disk that passes under a single stationary disk head as the disk rotates
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A strip of specified width and location running the length of the magnetic stripe on which data is encoded ANSI/ISO standards define three track locations for the magnetic stripe on credit/financial cards, called Track 1, 2 and 3; the tracks are 0 110" wide, with Track 1 closest to the card edge
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Sound stored on a record (or the physical track on one)
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observe or plot the moving path of something; "track a missile
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the act of participating in an athletic competition involving running on a track any road or path affording passage especially a rough one a bar or bars of rolled steel making a track along which vehicles can roll a pair of parallel rails providing a runway for wheels a groove on a phonograph recording (computer science) one of the circular magnetic paths on a magnetic disk that serve as a guide for writing and reading data an endless metal belt on which tracked vehicles move over the ground make tracks upon carry on the feet and deposit; "track mud into the house"
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the act of participating in an athletic competition involving running on a track
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The distance between the centerlines of two tires, measured where the tires contact the surface of the road (also track width)
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To assume a body position that creates a high forward speed Used to approach or depart from other skydivers in freefall
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The part of a disk platter which passes under one read-write head while the head is stationary but the disk is spinning Each track is divided into sectors, and a vertical collection of tracks is a cylinder
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make tracks upon
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A mark or impression left by the foot, either of man or beast; trace; vestige; footprint
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A ring of adjacent sectors on a disk The concentric circles of a disk platter
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If you lose track of someone or something, you no longer know where they are or what is happening. You become so deeply absorbed in an activity that you lose track of time
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If someone or something is on track, they are acting or progressing in a way that is likely to result in success. It may take some time to get the British economy back on track
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The path that a pilot intends the aircraft to follow over the ground
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A road; a beaten path
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a course over which races are run
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To track students means to divide them into groups according to their ability. Students are already being tracked. + tracking track·ing Tracking assigns some students to college prep and others to vocational programs. see also backtrack, fast track, racetrack, sidetrack, soundtrack, title track
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1) One audio recording made on a portion of the width of a multitrack tape 2) One set of control commands in a sequencer recorded in a similar manner to an audio track and often controlling one synthesizer over one MIDI channel 3) A term with the same meaning as the term Band Track (the part of a song without the lead vocal or without the lead and background vocals) 4) A section of the magnetic surface of a disc consisting of a circular band at a fixed distance from the center
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observe or plot the moving path of something; "track a missile"
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Course; way; as, the track of a comet
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The pitch
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The record of the path of a particle traversing a detector
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a bar or bars of rolled steel making a track along which vehicles can roll
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a line or route along which something travels or moves; "the hurricane demolished houses in its path"; "the track of an animal"; "the course of the river"
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any road or path affording passage especially a rough one
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A sequence of sound on a compact disc - digital audio (CD-DA) disc With a Musical Instrument Digital Interface (MIDI) file, information can be separated into tracks, defined by the creator of the file MIDI file tracks can correspond to MIDI channels, or they can correspond to parts of a song (such as melody or chorus); a CD-DA track usually corresponds to a song See also compact disc - digital audio
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carry on the feet and deposit; "track mud into the house"
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A series of positions recorded for a particular vehicle (ship, submarine, helo, etc) A track has its own characteristics such as colour, label and symbol frequency, and the symbol used to represent it when the symbol highlighter is in use
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Data on the disk media is accessed by combination of track and sector numbers Tracks form concentric rings on the disk; the standard IBM single-density disks have 77 tracks Each track consists of a fixed number of numbered sectors Tracks are numbered from zero to one less than the number of tracks on the disk
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If you say that someone has the inside track, you mean that they have an advantage, for example special knowledge about something. Denver has the inside track among 10 sites being considered
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To monitor someones or somethings movement
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If you are on the right track, you are acting or progressing in a way that is likely to result in success. If you are on the wrong track, you are acting or progressing in a way that is likely to result in failure. Guests are returning in increasing numbers -- a sure sign that we are on the right track The country was headed on the wrong track, economically
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off the beaten track: see beaten
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If you keep track of a situation or a person, you make sure that you have the newest and most accurate information about them all the time. With eleven thousand employees, it's very difficult to keep track of them all
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Railway tracks are the rails that a train travels along. A woman fell on to the tracks
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If someone or something stops you in your tracks, or if you stop dead in your tracks, you suddenly stop moving because you are very surprised, impressed, or frightened. The thought almost stopped me dead in my tracks
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on an audio CD, each separately indexed piece of music is referred to as a track On a CD-ROM, however, there is usually only one track If the CD-ROM is mixed mode, however, the CD-ROM will contain 1 track of computer data and sever other tracks of audio There can be up to 99 tracks on a CD [BACK]
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a distinct selection of music from a recording or a compact disc; "he played the first cut on the cd"; "the title track of the album"
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If you are on the track of someone or something, you are trying to find them, or find information about them. He was on the track of an escaped criminal = on the trail of
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In MIDI, the term "track" designates a location where one records or plays back a musical message---usually a portion of the total arrangement To illustrate, one might record an oboe melody line on Track Two, then record a bowed bass line on Track Three When played, the sounds can be simultaneous Most MIDI software now accommodates 64 tracks of music, enough for a rich orchestral sound Important: Tracks are purely for convenience; channels are required [See also: CHANNEL ]
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Verb: To be controlled by or follow in some proportional relationship (as when a filter's cutoff frequency tracks the keyboard, moving up or down depending on what note is played) Noun: One of a number of independent memory areas in o sequencer By analogy with tape tracks, sequencer tracks are normally longitudinal with respect to time and play back in sync with other tracks
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v , future tense of recording, to lay down a single take of a performance n , A single channel (a track) on a mixing board on to which a musical performance can be recorded
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{f} follow a path; follow movements; travel across, get across; chase after
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a pair of parallel rails providing a runway for wheels
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an endless metal belt on which tracked vehicles move over the ground
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A single instrument line in a composition or song Also known as a part In computer based recording a track is usually either MIDI or audio A track can also be used to refer to the completed composition or song Back
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go after with the intent to catch; "The policeman chased the mugger down the alley"; "the dog chased the rabbit"
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The racing events of track and field; track and field in general
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A piece of rubber snowmachine track with bolts stuck through it, which is used for slowing the dog teams see The Anatomy of a Dog Sled
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The entire lower surface of the foot; -- said of birds, etc
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