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Dictionary French English: track

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FrenchEnglish
NOUN   a track | tracks
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VERB  to track | tracked | tracked ... 
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SYNO   cart track | cartroad | track ... 
suivre qn./qc.
2
to track sb./sth.
pister qn.to track sb.
suivre qn. à la traceto track sb.
Nouns
trains voie {f} [rails]
7
track
piste {f}
3
track
géogr. sentier {m}track
trains quai {m} [de gare]track [Am.]
constr. tech. transp. chenille {f}track [of a tracked vehicle]
trains rails {m.pl}track {sg}
2 Words: Verbs
dénicher qn.to track sb. down
2 Words: Nouns
ornière {f}cart track
sport cendrée {f} [piste]cinder track
chemin {m} de terre [pour véhicule]dirt track
géogr. transp. zool. chemin {m} muletiermule track
géogr. transp. zool. sentier {m} muletiermule track
vêt. pantalon {m} de joggingtrack pants {pl} [Am.] [one pair]
sport vêt. jogging {m} [survêtement]track suit
géogr. sentier {m} de randonnéewalking track [Aus.] [NZ]
ornière {f}wheel track
routin {m}woodland track
3 Words: Verbs
garder qn./qc. à vue (d'œil) [aussi fig.]to keep track of sb./sth. [idiom]
garder trace de qc.to keep track of sth. [idiom] [e.g. reports on a scandal]
perdre qn. de vue [fig.]to lose track of sb.
3 Words: Nouns
sport athlétisme {m}track and field [Am.]
4 Words: Others
hors des sentiers battusoff the beaten track
trains à contre-voie {adv} [en sens inverse]on the wrong track
4 Words: Verbs
s'écarter du sujetto get off the track
4 Words: Nouns
sport piste {f} de ski de fondcross-country ski track
sport course {f} de fondlong-distance track event
sport course {f} de fondlong-distance track race
5+ Words: Verbs
talonner qn.to be on the track of sb.
sport tourisme sortir des sentiers battusto go off the beaten track
n'avoir qu'une idée en têteto have a one-track mind
remettre qc. sur les rails [fig.]to put sth. back on (the) track
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