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tracked

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Princeton's WordNet

  1. trackedadjective

    having tracks

    "new snow tracked by rabbits"; "tracked vehicles"

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  1. tracked

    Tracked generally refers to the action or process of observing or monitoring the course or path of something or someone, typically to gather information or data. It can also mean following the progress or development of something or someone over a period of time.

Webster Dictionary

  1. tracked

    of Track

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Numerology

  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of tracked in Chaldean Numerology is: 3

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of tracked in Pythagorean Numerology is: 8

Examples of tracked in a Sentence

  1. Chris Fox:

    Every time I think about it, it makes me sick to my stomach. It’s horrible, because he’s an innocent bear minding his own business, just searching for food. Never got into trouble, never harmed anybody and you have this idiot who tracked him to hunt him, to kill him.

  2. Tomeshia Brown:

    Maybe two hours later, my sister tracked her phone, she [Taylor] must’ve shared her location with my sister. And it showed that she was still outside.

  3. Ayse Cigdem Simsek:

    Since a household is on average four to five people, with the workplace added in, there have been cases where we tracked 200 people at once.

  4. Dallas Police Maj. Jeff Cotner:

    When he saw Mr. Al-Jumaili and their family, he targeted them, he shot at them with intent, and as Mr. Al-Jumaili ran back toward his apartment, he tracked him with his rifle and continued to fire.

  5. Paul Chodas:

    We know the orbital path of 2001 FO32 around the Sun very accurately, since it was discovered 20 years ago and has been tracked ever since, there is no chance the asteroid will get any closer to Earth than 1.25 million miles.

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