1. A rough path or road, typically one beaten by use rather than constructed.
2. A prepared course or circuit for athletes, horses, motor vehicles, bicycles, or dogs to race on.
3. A continuous line of rails on a railway.
4. A recording of one song or piece of music.
5. Follow the trail or movements of (someone or something), typically in order to find them or note their course.
6. (Of wheels) run so that the back ones are exactly in the track of the front ones.
Plural noun: Tracks.
Verb forms: Track, Tracked, Tracked.
1. Follow the track to the house.
2. The title track of their forthcoming album is nice.
3. I hope he is on the right track.