Definitions for one-track
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Random House Webster's College Dictionary
unable or unwilling to cope with more than one idea, subject, etc., at a time:
a one-track mind.
having only one track.
having a single set of lines so that trains can run only in one direction at a time; single-track
limited to one idea or thought
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