English-Spanish translation of track

Translation of the word track from english to spanish, with synonyms, antonyms, verb conjugation, pronunciation, anagrams, examples of use.

track in Spanish

track
footstepsnoun rastro [m], huella [f]
  tape recordernoun pista [f]
  tirenoun huella de neumáticos [f]
  sports - runningnoun pista de carreras [f]
  sports - horse racingnoun hipódromo [m]
  walkingnoun sendero [m]
  railwaysnoun vía [f]
  animalsnoun rastro [m], pista [f]
  personverb rastrear, seguir la pista de
Synonyms for track
Derived terms of track
Examples with translation
You're on the right track.
The horses are coming down the track and it's neck and neck.
It's easy to lose track of time when you are in Las Vegas.
The track descends.
I can't keep track of all the changes taking place in the world of AIDS research.
I think you're on the right track.
Take any train on track 5.
The police managed to track down the owner of the car.
Keep track of everything that looks promising.
The train was derailed by a piece of iron on the track.
They found the track of a bear in the snow.
From which track does the train to Higashi-Kagowaka leave?
How to track the least visited pages and what to do with them?
I lost track of the conversation.
Tom lost track of the time.
I tried to keep track of his declaration.
I got distracted and I lost track of time.
Tom wants to buy an eight-track player to put in the car his grandmother gave him.
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Definitions of track
noun
1. track - a bar or pair of parallel bars of rolled steel making the railway along which railroad cars or other vehicles can roll
  rail, rails, runway
  bar a rigid piece of metal or wood; usually used as a fastening or obstruction or weapon; "there were bars in the windows to prevent escape"
  railroad track, railroad, railway a line of track providing a runway for wheels; "he walked along the railroad track"
  streetcar track, tramline, tramway the track on which trams or streetcars run
  third rail a rail through which electric current is supplied to an electric locomotive
2. track - the act of participating in an athletic competition involving running on a track
  running
  track and field participating in athletic sports performed on a running track or on the field associated with it
  track meet a track and field competition between two or more teams
3. track - any road or path affording passage especially a rough one
  cartroad
  road, route a way or means to achieve something; "the road to fame"
  portage carrying boats and supplies overland
  trail a path or track roughly blazed through wild or hilly country
4. track - a pair of parallel rails providing a runway for wheels
  artefact, artifact a man-made object taken as a whole
  railroad track, railroad, railway a line of track providing a runway for wheels; "he walked along the railroad track"
  streetcar track, tramline, tramway the track on which trams or streetcars run
5. track - an endless metal belt on which tracked vehicles move over the ground
  belt a band to tie or buckle around the body (usually at the waist)
  tracked vehicle a self-propelled vehicle that moves on tracks
  half track a track that goes around only rear wheels
6. track - (computer science) one of the circular magnetic paths on a magnetic disk that serve as a guide for writing and reading data
  route, itinerary, path a way especially designed for a particular use
  computer science, computing the branch of engineering science that studies (with the aid of computers) computable processes and structures
7. track - a groove on a phonograph recording
  groove, channel (anatomy) any furrow or channel on a bodily structure or part
verb
1. track - observe or plot the moving path of something; "track a missile"
  observe stick to correctly or closely; "The pianist kept time with the metronome"; "keep count"; "I cannot keep track of all my employees"
2. track - carry on the feet and deposit; "track mud into the house"
  bring in, introduce bring in a new person or object into a familiar environment; "He brought in a new judge"; "The new secretary introduced a nasty rumor"
3. track - make tracks upon
  create, make create by artistic means; "create a poem"; "Schoenberg created twelve-tone music"; "Picasso created Cubism"; "Auden made verses"
 = Synonym    = Antonym    = Related word
track as verb
InfinitiveGerundioPast participle
(To) tracktrackingtracked
Indikative
1. Present
itrack
youtrack
hetracks
wetrack
youtrack
theytrack
8. Perfect
ihave tracked
youhave tracked
hehas tracked
wehave tracked
youhave tracked
theyhave tracked
2. Imperfect
itracked
youtracked
hetracked
wetracked
youtracked
theytracked
9. Pluperfect indic. or Past perfect
ihad tracked
youhad tracked
hehad tracked
wehad tracked
youhad tracked
theyhad tracked
4a. Future
iwill track
youwill track
hewill track
wewill track
youwill track
theywill track
11a. Future perfect or future anterior
iwill have tracked
youwill have tracked
hewill have tracked
wewill have tracked
youwill have tracked
theywill have tracked
Conditional
5. Conditional present
iwould track
youwould track
hewould track
wewould track
youwould track
theywould track
12. Conditional perfect
iwould have tracked
youwould have tracked
hewould have tracked
wewould have tracked
youwould have tracked
theywould have tracked
Subjunctive
6. Subject
itrack
youtrack
hetrack
wetrack
youtrack
theytrack
13. Present perfect
ihave tracked
youhave tracked
hehave tracked
wehave tracked
youhave tracked
theyhave tracked
Imperfect
itracked
youtracked
hetracked
wetracked
youtracked
theytracked
Pluperfect
ihad tracked
youhad tracked
hehad tracked
wehad tracked
youhad tracked
theyhad tracked
Imperative
Affirmative
youtrack
weLet's track
youtrack
Negative
youdon't track! (do not track)
youdon't track! (do not track)
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