track

  基本词汇  
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  • n. 轨道;跑道;踪迹;小路;乐曲
  • v. 追踪;跟踪
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track的英文翻译是什么意思,词典释义与在线翻译:

详尽释义

n. (名词)
  1. 轨道,铁轨
  2. 履带
  3. 径赛运动
  4. 足迹,行踪
  5. 历程
  6. 行动路线,路径
  7. 思路
  8. 【体】跑道
  9. 小径,小道
  10. 惯例,常规
  11. 音轨,声道
  12. 滑轨
v. (动词)
  1. (在...上)留下足迹,留下痕迹,留下印记
  2. 走,走过,通过
  3. 追踪,跟踪,跟踪进展情况,跟踪摄影,跟踪找到,追查到,搜寻懂啊,跟踪追赶踏成(道路)
  4. 为…铺轨,铺设铁路
  5. 沿着(道路)走,顺着走(旧辙),顺着一定线路走,循路而行,循着探索,循轨道而行
  6. 移动摄影
  7. 践踏,踏脏,踏平,踏成
  8. 探索拖(船)
  9. 拉纤行驶,用纤拉
  10. 在同一轨迹上运转
  11. 有…的轮距
  12. 符合,一致,相符
  13. 讲的通,有意义
  14. 音轨
  15. 按预期进行
  16. 财务即时帐户和现金头寸保持

双解释义

n. (名词)
  1. [P]踪迹,痕迹,足迹 line or series of marks left by a moving vehicle, person, animal, etc.
  2. [C]小路 path or rough road, especially one made by vehicles, people or animals
  3. [C]路径,进程路线 course taken by sth/sb (whether it can be seen or not)
  4. [C][U]轨道 set of rails for train
  5. [C]跑道 prepared course or circuit for racing
  6. [C]轮带,履带 continuous belt round the wheels of a bulldozer, tank, etc., on which it moves
v. (动词)
  1. vt. 跟踪,追踪 follow (an animal, etc.) by the mark, footprints, etc.

英英释义

Noun:
  1. a line or route along which something travels or moves;

    "the hurricane demolished houses in its path"
    "the track of an animal"
    "the course of the river"

  2. evidence pointing to a possible solution;

    "the police are following a promising lead"
    "the trail led straight to the perpetrator"

  3. a pair of parallel rails providing a runway for wheels

  4. a course over which races are run

  5. a distinct selection of music from a recording or a compact disc;

    "he played the first cut on the cd"
    "the title track of the album"

  6. an endless metal belt on which tracked vehicles move over the ground

  7. (computer science) one of the circular magnetic paths on a magnetic disk that serve as a guide for writing and reading data

  8. a groove on a phonograph recording

  9. a bar or pair of parallel bars of rolled steel making the railway along which railroad cars or other vehicles can roll

  10. any road or path affording passage especially a rough one

  11. the act of participating in an athletic competition involving running on a track

Verb:
  1. carry on the feet and deposit;

    "track mud into the house"

  2. observe or plot the moving path of something;

    "track a missile"

  3. go after with the intent to catch;

    "The policeman chased the mugger down the alley"
    "the dog chased the rabbit"

  4. travel across or pass over;

    "The caravan covered almost 100 miles each day"

  5. make tracks upon

track的用法和样例:

例句

用作名词 (n.)
  1. The tram is being switched on to another track .
    电车正被移至另外一条轨道上。
  2. The cyclist went at full sail along the track.
    自行车手沿着跑道全速前进。
  3. I quickly lose her track in the crowd.
    我在人群中失去了她的踪迹。
  4. A track runs across the field to his house.
    一条小路穿过原野通到他的家。
  5. Her new album has two great tracks on it.
    她的新唱片集里有两段特别棒。
用作动词 (v.)
  1. It's difficult to track an animal right after rain.
    刚下完雨后要追踪猎物是很困难的。
  2. The police tracked the terrorists to their hide-out.
    警方跟踪恐怖分子至其藏匿处。

常见句型

用作名词 (n.)
  1. We followed his tracks through the snow.
    我们循着雪地上他留下的脚印走。
  2. We followed the tracks of the rabbit into the woods.
    我们循着兔子的足迹进入森林。
  3. The fox didn't leave any tracks.
    那只狐狸没有留下任何足迹。
  4. The motorcar tracks are very clear.
    汽车的痕迹很明显。
  5. A track runs through the woods to the farmhouse.
    一条小路穿过树林通向农庄住宅。
  6. They passed a muddy track through the forest.
    他们穿过森林的泥泞小路。
  7. It's the track of the coming storm.
    这就是即将来临的风暴路线图。
  8. The Earth crosses the tracks of certain comets.
    地球穿过某些彗星的轨迹线。
  9. The locomotive ran off the track and the cars overturned.
    机车出了轨,车厢翻了。
  10. Edison saw a boy playing on the track at a station.
    爱迪生看见一个男孩在车站的铁轨上玩耍。
  11. Time and again they laid their ears against the track to listen for the sound of approaching wheels.
    他们一回又一回地把耳朵贴近铁轨,听听火车声,是不是快到了。
  12. The railway tracks join up into a single line on the other side of the town.
    在城镇那边的几条铁道合为一条单线。
  13. The train for London is on track eight.
    开往伦敦的列车停在第8道。
  14. He is a track man.
    他是个径赛运动员。
  15. Athletics consists of track and field sports such as running, high jump, etc.
    竞技运动包括赛跑、跳高等田径项目。
  16. His new album has two great tracks on it.
    他的新唱片里有两段特别棒。
  17. They go on planting in the same track year after year.
    他们年复一年地种树。
用作动词 (v.)
用作及物动词 S+~+ n./pron.
  1. The hunters tracked the bear and killed it.
    猎人们追踪到那只熊并把它杀了。
  2. The hunter was tracking a hare.
    猎人正在追踪一只野兔。
  3. Scientists are trying to track the lost satellite.
    科学家们正试图搜寻那颗失踪的卫星。
  4. Some special scientific instruments are used for tracking planes.
    有些特殊科学仪器专门用来跟踪飞机。
  5. Don't track the floor.
    别在地板上踩出脚印。
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  7. The thief was closely tracked by the policeman.
    那窃贼被警察严密地跟踪着。

常用短语

用作名词 (n.)
(hard) on sb's track〔on the track of〕
    追踪某人; 寻找某人或某物 pursuing sb; looking for sb/sth
in one's tracks
    〈非正〉就地,突然 where one is; suddenly
lose〔keep〕 track of
    与…失去〔保持〕联系; (不)了解…的动态 (not) keep informed about sb/sth; (not) have knowledge about sb/sth
make tracks (for)
    〈非正〉(向…)离去 move away (in the direction of)
on the right〔wrong〕 track
    想法〔做法〕对〔不对〕 thinking or acting in a correct〔incorrect〕 way
用作动词 (v.)
track down( v.+adv. )
    追捕到,追查出 find (sb/sth) by or as by hunting
    track sb/sth ⇔ down

    All citizens should help the police in tracking the criminals down.

    所有公民都应该帮助警察追捕罪犯。

    We finally tracked down our lost companion in a public house.

    我们终于在一家酒馆里找到了我们失散的伙伴。

    I have never been able to track down the person who wrote the story.

    我一直未能找到写那篇故事的人。

    The hunters tracked down the game in the forest.

    猎人在树林里追捕猎物。

    I finally tracked down the reference in a dictionary of quotations.

    我终于在引语词典中查到了那段文字。

    It was not long before I tracked down the lost watch.

    不久我就找到了遗失的表。

    With no interpreters to help,I often had to track down the meaning of words by sheer guessing.

    因为没有翻译帮忙,我往往靠猜测来弄懂话的意思。

    Were the doctors able to track down the cause of the infection?

    医生们能查出感染的原因吗?

    He was determined to track down the cause of food spoilage.

    他决心查出食品腐烂的原因。

    The criminal was tracked down and knocked off by the police.

    那个罪犯被警察追到后逮捕起来了。

track in( v.+adv. )
    带进屋内 bring (usually mud) indoors by walking
    track sth ⇔ in

    Look at all that mud that you've tracked in on your feet!

    看,你把脚上的泥都带进屋里来了。

track up( v.+adv. )
    〈主美·非正〉踩脏… make (usually a floor) dirty with one's shoes
    track sth ⇔ up

    Get out of my kitchen I don't want you children tracking up my nice clean floor!

    从我的厨房里滚出去,我可不想让你们这些孩子把我干干净净的地板踩脏。

词汇搭配

用作名词 (n.)
动词+~ 形容词+~ 名词+~ ~+名词 介词+~
用作动词 (v.)
~+名词 ~+副词 ~+介词

经典引文

  • The walls..tapestried with the tracks of snails.

    出自: Dickens
  • He was beginning to weep, and..wet tracks gleamed on his face.

    出自: R. Silverberg
  • Misfortunes which track my footsteps like slot-hounds.

    出自: Sir W. Scott
  • Every..aircraft flying over Europe can be tracked by radar.

    出自:Daily Telegraph
  • You track me, you spy on me.

    出自: M. Bradbury
  • During a head turn the eyes often track a single point.

    出自:Scientific American
  • Tracking..the boat was impossible, for the banks were perpendicular mud.

    出自: M. H. Mason

track的详细讲解:

词语用法

n. (名词)
  1. track用作名词可以指人、动物、车辆等行走后留下的“踪迹,痕迹,足迹”(此时常用于复数形式),也可指其行走后所造成的“路,小径”,还可指风暴、彗星等的“移动路径或轨迹”。
  2. track还可作“(火车的)轨道”“站台”“跑道”“轮带,履带”“唱片的一段录音”“(声)道”“滑道〔轨〕”等解,有时还可引申指“行为的方式”或“人生的常道”。track作“跑道”解时,在句中常用作定语。
  3. (hard) on sb's track〔on the track of〕的意思是“追踪〔寻找〕某人,寻找某物”,指“追踪〔寻找〕某人”时,这两种表达方式均可; 指“寻找某物”时,则一般只用on the track of sth 结构。
v. (动词)
  1. track用作名词时意思是“足迹,痕迹”,转化成动词意思是“追踪,尾随”,指偷偷地跟在某人或某物的后边而不被发现,从而寻找某人或某物的所在地,强调跟踪这一过程而不强调跟踪的结果,常含有“搜索”的意味。引申可指“踩在…上”。
  2. track一般用作及物动词,接名词或代词作宾语。可用于被动结构。

词义辨析

n. (名词)
track, path, road, route, way
  • 这组词都有“路”的意思。其区别在于:
  • 1.path指“小路”“小径”,常为人或畜走出来的路,引申可指思想、行为和生活等途径。
  • 2.road意义广泛,一般指交通大道。例如:
  • The roads were blocked with crowds of people. 道路被人群挤得水泄不通。
  • Houses in this area have all appreciated in value since the new road was built.新路建好之后这一地区的房子都增值了。
  • He advocated building more good roads.他主张修筑更多的好公路。
  • We have been advised that the roads are too icy for the trip.有人告诉我们路太滑不好走。
  • 3.way泛指路,常和其他词构成复合词。例如:
  • They barred the way and we couldn't go any farther.他们挡住了路,我们不能再往前走。
  • On our way to the peak, a fierce storm suddenly blew up.在爬向顶峰时,突然刮起猛烈的大风。
  • The land has appreciated greatly since the new railway was built.自新铁路建成后,这片地的价值大为增加。
  • 4.route指按规定行走的路线、航线。例如:
  • They returned by the same route.他们从原路返回。
  • They decided on the route they were to take.他们决定了要走的路线。
  • The plane did not fly the usual commercial route.飞机没有沿通常的商业航线飞。
  • 5.track所指的路铺有车轨。例如:
  • They are laying the tracks for a new railway.他们正在为铁路铺新轨。
  • The locomotive ran off the track and the cars overturned.机车出了轨,车厢翻了。
  • v. (动词)
    track, hunt
  • 这两个词的共同意思是“追捕”,其区别是:
  • track强调跟踪或顺着线索追查; 而hunt既可指猎取动物,也可泛指搜寻人或其他事物。例如:
  • The men had gone to the forest to hunt wild game.男人们已去森林中打野味了。
  • They hunted everywhere for her.他们到处寻找她。
  • She hunted the house over for her lost ring.她在屋子里翻箱倒柜,到处寻找那只丢失的戒指。
  • 常见错误

    n. (名词)
      我们必须读报以便了解国际形势(的走向)。

      We must read the papers so as to keep track with world affairs.

      We must read the papers so as to keep track of world affairs.

      keep track of是固定用法,介词of不能改为with。

    词源解说

    • ☆ 15世纪晚期进入英语,直接源自古法语的trac,意为马的跑道。
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