tracks

noun /træks/
Railroad tracks; the rails on which trains run.

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  • tracks — n pl needle marks or scars on the limbs of addicts of hard drugs resulting from reg ular injections into the veins ► You got more tracks on you baby than the tracks of this train. (Lyric from Been on a Train , Laura Nyro, 1970) …   Contemporary slang

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  • tracks — (Roget s IV) n. 1. [*An injection scar] Syn. needlemarks, punctures, injection marks, traces; see injection , mark 1 , scar . 2. [Means of passage] Syn. road, way, path, railroad, railway; see also track 1 . 3. [Evidence of passage] Syn. trail,… …   English dictionary for students

  • tracks — træk n. lane, path; signs, trails; mark or lines left by a car or person or animal; railroad; channel; prepared course for racing or running; selection of music from a recording, section of a compact disc or cassette tape that contains one song… …   English contemporary dictionary

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