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Track (ខ្មែរ ~ English និងសំឡេង)

Track



noun
1.
(a mark or marks left by a person animal or thing, a trail of footprints, wheel marks, sparks, etc., left by a moving object, path road, a specially prepared course used for races, a rail, or rails for directing the course of something, a laid out course for racing, a (railway) metal rail forming a permanent way; evidence) train track ផ្លូវដែក, (tire) tracks ដាន, ស្នាម, track meet កីឡាលោត ។ល។, on the right track តាមផ្លូវត្រូវ, keep track of ចាំ, ចាំបាន, lose track of តាមដាន, តាមស្នាមជើង
2.
(បច្ចេកទេស) ស្នាម, ដានផ្លូវ, ផ្លូវ, ផ្លូវអយស័្មយយាន
verbpast tense: tracked ; past participle: tracked ; present participle: tracking ;
1.
(TRANSITIVE) (to make a track of footprints on) track a bear តាមដាន, តាមស្នាមជើង, track the floor ធ្វើអោយមានស្នាម
2.
តាមដាន
  • cart track
    - ផ្លូវរទេះ
  • jump the track
    - ធ្លាក់ចេញពីផ្លូវដែក
    - ចាកប្រធាន
  • keep on the track
    - បន្តនៅលើមាគ៌ា
  • on she's track
    - កំពុងតាមដាននរណាម្នាក់
  • track and field
    - ផ្លូវ (រត់ ឬ លោតកីឡា)
  • track down
    - រកឃើញ, តាមរកចាប់ខ្លួន
  • track meet
    - ការរត់ប្រណាំងប្រវែង
  • track record
    - សមិទ្ធផលពីអតីកាល, ប្រវត្តិរបស់បុគ្គល
  • wrong track
    - ក្នុងផ្លូវខុស
ENGLISH MEANING
noun
1.
A mark left by something that has passed along; as, the track, or wake, of a ship; the track of a meteor; the track of a sled or a wheel.
2.
A mark or impression left by the foot, either of man or beast; trace; vestige; footprint.
3.
The entire lower surface of the foot; -- said of birds, etc.
4.
A road; a beaten path.
5.
Course; way; as, the track of a comet.
6.
A path or course laid out for a race, for exercise, etc.
7.
The permanent way; the rails.
8.
A tract or area, as of land.
verbpast tense: tracked ; past participle: tracked ; present participle: tracking ;
1.
(TRANSITIVE) To follow the tracks or traces of; to pursue by following the marks of the feet; to trace; to trail; as, to track a deer in the snow.
2.
(TRANSITIVE) To draw along continuously, as a vessel, by a line, men or animals on shore being the motive power; to tow.