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Definition of "tracked" []

  • (of a vehicle such as a tank or tractor) having an endless jointed metal band driven by the wheels to enable movement across rough or muddy ground (adjective)
  • Simple past tense and past participle of track. (verb)

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Use "tracked" in a sentence
  • "But I must not get too side-tracked from the real reason I was moved to post a response; the issue of the recently over-publicized "Ardi" and its implications for human evolution."
  • "Mobile phone communications have been tracked from the border area to points in Britain, particularly England's Midlands, where there is a heavy Pakistani immigrant population, according to a British government official who spoke on condition of anonymity because the terror plot investigation is ongoing."
  • "My parents managed to get me skipped out of seventh grade, which meant I was then in tracked classes and among slightly olderkids."