track englannista suomeksi
reitti, tie, kulkuväylä
A mark left by something that has passed along.
The entire lower surface of the foot; said of birds, etc.
A road or other similar beaten path.
Physical course; way.
A path or course laid out for a race, for exercise, etc.
The direction and progress of someone or something; path.
2012, Pimpin' Ken, ''PIMPOLOGY: The 48 Laws of the Game'' (page 11)
- A real pimp is a gentleman, but these are pimps in gorilla suits. They hang around pimps, they have hoes on the track working for them, they may even look like pimps, but they are straight simps.
2012, Paul D. Jones, ''Twilight Nights: The Trials and Tribulations of the Game'' (page 130)
- After putting Tonya Down on the track, we headed to this club called the Players Club.
Sound stored on a record.
The physical track on a record.
A circular (never-ending) data storage unit on a side of magnetic or optical disk, divided into sectors.
1973, ''University of Virginia Undergraduate Record''
- The University of Virginia belongs to the Atlantic Coast Conference and competes interscholastically in basketball, baseball, crew, cross country, fencing, football, golf, indoor track, lacrosse, polo, soccer, swimming, tennis, track, and wrestling.
To continue over time.
To observe the (measured) state of a person or object over time.
''We will track the raven population over the next six months.''
To monitor the movement of a person or object.
''Agent Miles has been tracking the terrorist since Madrid.''
To match the movement or change of a person or object.
''My height tracks my father's at my age, so I might end up as tall as him.''
To travel so that a moving object remains in shot.
''The camera tracked the ball even as the field of play moved back and forth, keeping the action in shot the entire time.''
''The hurricane tracked further west than expected.''
To traverse; to move across.
1837, Elizabeth Parker, ''Popular Poems. Selected by E. P.'' (page 228)
- I've swept o'er the mountain, the forest and fell, / I've played on the rock where the wild chamois dwell; / I have tracked the desert so dreary and rude, / Through the pathless depths of its solitude; (..)
To exhibit good cognitive function.
''Is the patient tracking? Does he know where he is?''
2004, Catherine Anderson, ''Blue Skies'', Penguin ((ISBN)), page 39:
- ''Bess already knew about the painkillers and alcohol not mixing well.... "I wasn't tracking very well."''
2010 October 1, "karimitch" (username), "Memory Loss - Pancreatic Cancer Forums", in cancerforums.net, ''Cancer Forums'':
- ''My mother in the past couple of days has started to really get confused and lose her train of thought easily.... She isn't tracking very well.''
To follow the tracks of.
''My uncle spent all day tracking the deer, whose hoofprints were clear in the mud.''
To discover the location of a person or object by following traces.
''I tracked Joe to his friend's bedroom, where he had spent the night.''
2017 August 25, Aukkarapon Niyomyat & Panarat Thepgumpanat, "https://www.reuters.com/article/us-thailand-politics-yingluck-idUSKCN1B501Z Thai junta seeks Yingluck's arrest as former PM skips court verdict", in reuters.com, ''Reuters'':
- "She could be at any hospital...she could be ill. It's not clear whether she has fled," he told reporters. "Yingluck has many homes and many cars. It is difficult to track her."
To make tracks on or to leave in the form of tracks.
''In winter, my cat tracks mud all over the house.''
To create a musical recording (a track).
''Lil Kyle is gonna track with that DJ next week.''
To create music using tracker software.
2018, Dafni Tragaki, ''Made in Greece: Studies in Popular Music''
- At the time, tracking chiptunes (i.e. using trackers) was the fundamental method of chipmusic-making.
To sense; to be consistent with known information