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afield off the right track or course. [1/2 definitions]
bloodhound a breed of dog. Bloodhounds are large dogs with baggy skin and long, drooping ears. They have an excellent sense of smell and are used to track people or animals.
dash a short run at top speed; a short track race. [1/8 definitions]
decathlon an athletic contest made up of ten different track and field events. Each athlete takes part in all ten events, over a period of two days.
discus a disk made of wood with a metal rim, thrown for distance by some track and field athletes. [1/2 definitions]
dog to follow closely or track. [1/2 definitions]
paddock an area near a race track where horses are kept before the race. [1/2 definitions]
path a track beaten by the feet of people or animals. [1/3 definitions]
racetrack a track or course used for racing.
radar the use of radio waves to track the location, distance, and speed of faraway objects. Waves are sent out and then picked up again when they bounce back after hitting some object. [1/2 definitions]
roller coaster an amusement park ride in which a train of open cars rides up and down a winding track.
rut1 a hollow track worn into the ground. [1/3 definitions]
slide a smooth, sloping track down which a person or thing can slide; chute. [1/11 definitions]
stalk2 to track and follow. [1/2 definitions]
switch a device for shifting trains from one track to another. [1/8 definitions]
trace1 to follow the track or trail of. [1/6 definitions]
track and field a set of athletic events that take place on or near a running track. Track and field events include running, jumping, and throwing.
trail to follow the trace, track, or scent of. [2/7 definitions]
trolley a street vehicle that uses electricity from a track or overhead wires to move. [2/4 definitions]
trunk (plural) a pair of short pants worn in sports such as track, men's swimming, and boxing. [1/6 definitions]
wake2 the track of waves left by something that is moving through water. [2 definitions]