Another word for track
A prepared way
Types of tracks include: railroad, cinder, race, turf, rail, field, cablecar, train, el, elevated train, running, bicycle, subway, trolley; monorail, third rail.
Evidence left in passage
footprint, trace, vestige, impression, tire track, mark, footmark, spoor, trail, imprint, remnant, record, indication, print, fingerprint, sign, remains, memorial, token, symbol, clue, scent, wake, monument; see also step 3.
keep an account of, stay informed about, maintain contact with; see trackv. 1.
ghetto, poor side of town, lower class neighborhood; see slum.
To follow by evidence
hunt, pursue, smell out, add up, put together, trail, follow, trace, follow the scent, follow a clue, follow footprints, draw an inference, piece together, dog, be hot on the trail of*, tail*, shadow*.
To dirty with tracks
To follow in alignment
move in a straight line, keep in a groove, keep in line, move in the same line, follow the track, run straight.
Another word for tracknoun
A visible sign or mark of the passage of someone or something:print, trace, trail. See marks
Evidence of passage left along a course followed by a hunted animal or fugitive:scent, spoor, trail. See marks, smells
A course of action to be followed regularly:round (often used in plural), routine. See usual
To follow the traces or scent of, as in hunting:trace, trail. See marks, seek
To keep (another) under surveillance by moving along behind:dog, follow, shadow, trail. (Informal) bird-dog, tail. See precede
To go across:cross, pass, transit, traverse. See move