Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Track"

The meaning of "Track" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does to get back on track with treatment mean?
A: To "be off track with treatment" means that you were getting treatment, but now you are not getting treatment regularly (or at all).
To "get back on track with treatment" means to start getting treatment regularly again.
Q: What does I stopped keeping track mean?
A: "Keeping track" means kept notes or stopped counting. Basically keeping a record.

"Hey, Ed you getting married again? How many does this make?"

"I stopped keeping track after six."
Q: What does to keep a track mean?
A: It's actually "to keep track" and has meaning "To know what someone or something is doing."
Q: What does are you keeping track ? mean?
A: To record something in a way, to make mental note of it

If you are on a diet and someone asks "Are you keeping track of your calorie intake"

They are asking if you have counted how many calories you have eaten
Q: What does Besides, keeping track of all the numbers can be enough to drive some people up a tree. mean?
A: Hello.

Ah, that term is just an expression, just like "break a leg" means "go do your best!" It doesn't really make sense, even in English, unless you know that phrase.

So basically, the sentence "Besides, keeping track of all the numbers can be enough to drive some people up a tree" just means "keeping track of all of the numbers can really annoy people" or "...can really drive people crazy."

Hope that helps. :)

Example sentences using "Track"

Q: Please show me example sentences with "keep track" and "track down".
A: A doctor would say: "Please keep track of everything you eat for the next 3 days."

Tracking down is to find the location of something/someone. Example: The police are tracking down a criminal. Now once the police have tracked down the criminal, they need to KEEP TRACK OF their movements so they don't lose them again.
Q: Please show me example sentences with be on track to.
A: I used [on track]
You have to get back on track.
Stay on track, and you will pass.
You're on the right track.
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[off track]
You're off track.
If you stay off track you're sure to fail.
He needs to get back on track, before he messes everything up.
Q: Please show me example sentences with get back on track.
A: @Beliefrm you’re failing algebra you need to get back on track.
Q: Please show me example sentences with keep track.
A: You're spending too much money lately; you should start keeping track of what you buy.
Q: Please show me example sentences with track record.
A: We like to recruit managers with a strong track record.

They have a strong track record in rescuing ailing companies.

The mayor brought in the new police chief because he has a strong track record of reducing crime in inner-city neighbourhoods.

The company had an almost perfect track record before the scandal, which made it even more shocking.

He has an excellent track record as an author

Synonyms of "Track" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between Keep track of actual time. and Keep record of actual time. ?
A: Keep track generally means in a informal or unorganized way. To simply check in on progress from time to time. Record means to write, video or voice record, in more detail and create a record other can view.
Q: What is the difference between #1 We're going to be on track and #2 We're going to do it well ?
A: yes it sounds pretty similar to me
Q: What is the difference between track and truck ?
A: track as a noun could be the clues or the things u you use to follow someone. As a verb means to follow or to seek someone or something
Truck is a large vehicle to transport heavy things
Q: What is the difference between track and trace ?
A: @DanserSansArret: Trace is only used when going over something physically. For example when you trace an outline with a pencil. Track cannot be used in the same way. Track would be to follow something that may or may not be completed whereas trace would be to go over something that is already completed. You can track an animal by following its footsteps.
Q: What is the difference between I'm getting off track. and I'm getting off topic. ?
A: There really is no difference between the two phrases. I believe it all depends on the person and which one they prefer to use.

Translations of "Track"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? The track of made up of 1 straight piece and 1 curvy piece.

Is that natural? Is curvy correct?

If not, please tell me the correct one.
A: Curvy works, but curved is slightly better
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? How to say track and truck?
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Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? what does track mean ?
A: Track - pista, via, ruta
On track - según lo planeado
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? track
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? "track" and "truck".
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Other questions about "Track"

Q: What do they say?
pulling off?
get back on that track?
keep me honest?
A: Creo que sí; lo he escuchado una tercera vez y me parece (sobre el primero) que anteriormente, el chico estaba hablando sobre democracia. Los otras frases son mas claras.

"get on track, stay on track, get back on track" es una expresión muy común. "keep honest", menos común. Ambos son bastante informales y más o menos amigables.

Disculpame por no haber entendido su pregunta la primera vez.
Q: This is the 12th track in 14 tracks Does this sound natural?
A: This is the 12th track out of 14.
Q: This's his best known track. Does this sound natural?
A: It sounds natural. Spoken it's good. But this is not how we would write it. No contraction for this is. Write it out. (The contraction 's next to 'this' would be pronounced /iz/ so the difference is indistinguishable to the ear, though. This is probably why we don't have this contraction)
Q: I keep track of my caloric intake. Therefore a dreadful fact is found out myself finally. Does this sound natural?
A: 'Therefore' doesn't make sense here.
I kept track of my caloric intake, and finally a dreadful fact was found out by myself. (still awkward but grammatically correct)

I kept track of my caloric intake, and I finally realized a dreadful fact. (past)
I have kept track of my caloric intake, and I am finally about to realize a dreadful fact. (present)
Q: I keep track of my caloric intake. Therefore a dreadful fact is found out eventually. Does this sound natural?
A: Who finds out the dreadful fact?

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