Definition of 'track down'
Example sentences containing 'track down'
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I'll go and have a quick word, then we'll track down Mr Derringer. THE GOSPEL MAKERSThe last time I had flown with him into the Sahara to track down hijacked weapons. SNOWLINE
There had been some spectacular busts in recent history, but even the FBI could not work fast enough to track down these people. KISSCUT (2002)
Trends of 'track down'
Used Occasionally. track down is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'track down'
British English: track down /træk daʊn/ VERB
If you track down someone or something, you find them after a long and difficult search.
It took two years to track him down.
- American English: track down
- Arabic: يَتَتَبَّعُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: localizar
- Chinese: 追查到
- Croatian: pronaći
- Czech: vypátrat
- Danish: opspore
- Dutch: opsporen
- European Spanish: localizar
- Finnish: jäljittää
- French: dépister
- German: aufspüren
- Greek: εντοπίζω
- Italian: rintracciare
- Japanese: 跡をたどって見つけ出す
- Korean: 찾아내다
- Norwegian: spore opp
- Polish: wytropić
- European Portuguese: localizar
- Romanian: a depista
- Russian: выслеживать
- Spanish: localizar
- Swedish: spåra upp
- Thai: ติดตามจนพบ
- Turkish: izini sürmek
- Ukrainian: вистежувати
- Vietnamese: tìm ra
Definition of track down from the Collins English Dictionary
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