- अनुचिन्ह ⇄ track marathi
- आखीव मार्ग ⇄ track marathi
- कच्चा मार्ग ⇄ track marathi
- थांग ⇄ track marathi
- धावण्याचा शर्यतीचा मार्ग ⇄ track marathi
- धावपट्टी ⇄ track marathi
- धावमार्ग ⇄ track marathi
- पथ ⇄ track marathi
- पदपथ ⇄ track marathi
- मळलेली वाट ⇄ track marathi
- माग काढणे ⇄ track marathi
- माग घेणे ⇄ track marathi
- मागावर असणे ⇄ track marathi
- मार्ग ⇄ track marathi
- मार्गण ⇄ track marathi
- मार्गण करणे ⇄ track marathi
- रस्ता ⇄ track marathi
- रूळपट्टा ⇄ track marathi
- रेखापथ ⇄ track marathi
- रेघ ⇄ track marathi
- वाट ⇄ track marathi
track in Gujarati ગુજરાતી
- ઇ.નાં પૈડાં ફરતે જડવામાં આવતો પટો ⇄ track gujarati
- ગાડીનો ચીલો ⇄ track gujarati
- ગ્રામાફોનની થાળી ⇄ track gujarati
- દોડવા વગેરેની શરત માટે તૈયાર કરેલો માર્ગ ⇄ track gujarati
- પગથી ⇄ track gujarati
- પગદંડ ી ⇄ track gujarati
- પ્રાણી કે વાહન ઇ. પસાર થયાની નિશાની –નિશાન ીવાળો માર્ ગ ⇄ track gujarati
- માણસ ⇄ track gujarati
- રણગાડી ટ્રૅક્ટર ⇄ track gujarati
- રેલવેના પાટા – રસતો ⇄ track gujarati
track in Hindi हिन्दी
- असर ⇄ track hindi
- चिह्न ⇄ track hindi
- जीवन - यात्रा ⇄ track hindi
- जीवनपथ ⇄ track hindi
- ट्रेक ⇄ track hindi
- ट्रैक ⇄ track hindi
- तय करना ⇄ track hindi
- देखना ⇄ track hindi
- नज़र रखना ⇄ track hindi
- निगाह रखना ⇄ track hindi
- निशान ⇄ track hindi
- पगडंडी ⇄ track hindi
- पता ⇄ track hindi
- पता चलाना ⇄ track hindi
- पदचिह्न छोड़ना ⇄ track hindi
- पीछे छोड़ना ⇄ track hindi
- पैरों के निशान छोड़ना ⇄ track hindi
- लाइन ⇄ track hindi
- समझना ⇄ track hindi
track in Kashmiri कॉशुर
- نِشان ⇄ track kashmiri
- وَتھ ⇄ track kashmiri
- وَتھ،سڑَک ⇄ track kashmiri
- ٹرٛیک،گٮ۪وُن ⇄ track kashmiri
- پَٹٕر ⇄ track kashmiri
- پَے لَگاوُن ⇄ track kashmiri
- چھاپ،نِشان ⇄ track kashmiri
- کیمرا ہس سٕتۍ پَکُن ⇄ track kashmiri
track in English
- track ⇄ expr. in one's tracks, (Informal.) right where one is; on the spot.
Ex. The squirrel froze in its tracks when it saw the boys. The rifle was fired ... and he fell dead in his tracks (R. Carlton).english
- track ⇄ expr. jump the track, to run off the rails suddenly; derail without warning.
Ex. The train jumped the track.english
- track ⇄ expr. keep track of, to keep within one's sight, knowledge, or attention.
Ex. The noise made it difficult for me to keep track of what you said.english
- track ⇄ expr. lose track of, to fail to keep track of.
Ex. When on vacation, it is easy to lose track of what day it is.english
- track ⇄ expr. make tracks, (Informal.)
a. to go very fast; run away.
Ex. We saw a bear and made tracks for home.
b. (Figurative.) to make rapid progress.
Ex. Considering that she started with $5,000 ... Miss Capriotti is making tracks (english
- track ⇄ expr. off the beaten track,
a. remote; little used.
Ex. Airlines fly into primarily rural areas off the beaten track of the big trunk airlines linking the nation's major cities (Wall Street Journal).
b. (Figurative.) not what might beenglish
- track ⇄ expr. off the track, off the right or proper course; off the subject; wrong.
Ex. The speaker was a long way off the track.english
- track ⇄ expr. on the track, on the right or proper course; on the subject; right.
Ex. ""If they use some sense in managing their ... farms they will probably get back on the track,"" says one U.S. farm expert here (Wall Street Journal).english
- track ⇄ expr. the wrong side of the tracks, (U.S.) the poor or run-down section of a town or city; slums.
Ex. There are plenty of children from the wrong side of the tracks whose test scores surpass the average (Saturday Review).english
- track ⇄ noun 1. a double line of metal rails for cars to run on. A railroad line has tracks.
2. a mark left by anything.
Ex. The dirt road showed many automobile tracks.
3. a footprint.
Ex. We saw bear and deer tracks near the camp. <english
- track ⇄ track, noun, verb. english
- track ⇄ v.i. 1. to follow a track or trail.
2a. (of wheels) to run in the same track; be in alignment.
b. (of opposite wheels or runners) to be a certain distance apart.english
- track ⇄ v.t. 1. to follow, as by means of footprints, marks, or smell.
Ex. The hunter tracked the bear and killed it.
2. to trace in any way.
Ex. to track down a criminal.
3. to find and follow (a track or course).
4. to make oneenglish