Definitions for "Track"
A part of the audio tape that has one channel of audio recorded onto it. It is in parallel with the length of the tape. On a standard stereo audio cassette there are four tracks, two for each direction.
A physical track consists of one contiguous physical spiral area from inner diameter to outer diameter containing information (dual layer DVD discs have two physical tracks.) Or, the information contained within a single 360 ° rotation of the disc. Or, one contiguous logical element of information, such as a single CD audio track (a song) or computer data region (an information track.) One CD session contains from one up to 99 such logical tracks, each consisting of a pre-gap, user data, and a post-gap.
The track is the smallest logical unit on a CD. A CD can contain up to 99 tracks, which may consist of audio tracks, CD-ROM tracks, and XA/ CD-i Tracks.
Keywords:  platter, disk, path, sector, circular
A road; a beaten path.
A path or course laid out for a race, for exercise, etc.
The physical path on which information is stored on both magnetic and optical storage media. On CD-ROMs, tracks are arranged in a spiral from the centre of the disc. On hard disk drives, tracks appear in concentric circles and are independent of each other.
An oval cycling track for races, banked at up to 42 degrees. Cycling tracks are usually, but not always indoors Bicycling or cycle tracks are also called velodromes.[ edit
the word to yell when you want a rider you're catching to move over on the singletrack so you can pass.
Measured oval where races of varying distances are contested; usually measure 400 meters around; 4 laps equals approximately 1 mile (1600 Meters).
The permanent way; the rails.
The black lines on the coloured tiles (yellow, green, brown, and grey) laid on the map represent the railroad track laid by the railways.
A set of longitudinal rails mounted on cross members that support and guide a boring machine.
A mark or impression left by the foot, either of man or beast; trace; vestige; footprint.
To follow the tracks or traces of; to pursue by following the marks of the feet; to trace; to trail; as, to track a deer in the snow.
Trace left by appendage of an animal, typically as a result of its locomotion. If found in the fossil record is considered as a type of trace fossil. A series of two or more successive tracks made by the same foot is a trackway.
Provide a guide for the roller wheels. The vertical track is mounted to the jambs with brackets on each side of the door opening. The horizontal track contains a curved end called the radius (See Radius). In the closed position, the door is resting in the vertical track. In the open position, the door is suspended from the horizontal track. Sectional door track usually consists of 4 pieces: 2 vertical pieces and 2 horizontal pieces.
v, to move horizontally at a high rate of speed using a method best described as "body surfing" on the air. Typically done at the tail end of a skydive to seperate from other jumpers before deploying a canopy.
a manoeuvre where a skydiver achieves a high horizontal velocity relative to the ground.
1) A racing circuit regardless of shape, distance, or intended use. Can be an oval, a tri-oval, a straight line, a figure "8", a closed road course, etc., 2) The width of a car as measured between the outside of the left and right tires.
(see TREAD)
The center-to-center distance between the two tires on an axle.
Keywords:  cog, travel, trk, caravan, endless
What the train travels on.
an endless metal belt on which tracked vehicles move over the ground
travel across or pass over; "The caravan covered almost 100 miles each day"
The MRF jousting field is the remaining (homestretch) portion of what used to be a full oval racetrack in the 70s. Although most of the track has been demolished to make room for site expansion, the field is still long and narrow compared with tourney fields at other faires and is still called "the track" by participants. Participants working here are sometimes called trackies.
Track is a generic term for a racetrack. Setting a track record equates with a time record set while horses are running over a dirt surface.
Keywords:  timeline, media, mxf, essence, linear
A route for media data from a source device to a destination device.
A timeline for one of the essence types stored in an MXF File. For example there will be a Track for the Pictures, and one for each of the separable Sound Essence s in the file
an area created on the timeline in which media files can be inserted and edited
a linear sequence of clips
a sequence of coordinates representing an itinerary that the system has recoded and has to reproduce
a sequence of events devoted to a research area
Keywords:  kalman, bfroot, piecewise, babar, slac
A collection of hits in the SVT and drift chamber which are fit to an hypothesis trajectory through space. In BaBar, tracks are fit using a "Kalman filter" algorithm which assumes a piecewise helix trajectory hypothesis. Reference Link (
The scratches on the ball that are caused by the friction of contact between the ball and the lane. Also used to refer to the area of the lane, usually somewhere between the 2nd and 3rd arrows, on which the majority of bowlers roll their balls.
A worn area on a lane that tends to guide the ball toward the pocket.
Either "ball track", which is the area on the surface of the ball upon which the ball rotates as it goes down the lane; or. the area of a lane where most players in that center throw their normal strike line.
Keywords:  wheel, craneway, monorail, sled, meteor
A mark left by something that has passed along; as, the track, or wake, of a ship; the track of a meteor; the track of a sled or a wheel.
A metal way for wheeled components; specifically one or more lines of ways, with fastenings, ties, etc. for a craneway, monorail, or slide door.
Distance between main landing wheels
a generalization of the laddering process used by repertory grid systems
a general relationship between two (or more) grids, similar to a relation in conceptual graphs, so that a grid may be considered to represent knowledge from a much broader and richer perspective
Term used for the areas in the American Petroleum Institute log grid that are tandard for most large well-logging companies; track 1 is to the left of the depth column, and tracks 2 and 3 are to the right of the depth column, but are not separated.
Keywords:  course, race, putt, virginia, athletic
Course; way; as, the track of a comet.
a course over which races are run
a cluster of four or more courses organized about a historical field, a genre, or an independent topic of your creation (for example, Race and Ethnicity)
Meet (Definition #1) An athletic event. Determines that day which extremely quick participant brought the fastest sneakers to town.
the act of participating in an athletic competition involving running on a track
Simply a way to organize the music to be presented through MIDI. Generally speaking, each Track could represent a different instrumental part (Polyphony), but not necessarily a unique instrumental sound. It may also contain other types of data. Several musical parts could also be contained on a single track. The number of musical parts a synthesizer can handle varies according to its hardware capability (32, 64 etc.)
An individual piece of music as it appears on an album.
A single piece of music. Track at once refers to the process of burning a CD title by title.
Keywords:  panhard, trolleys, ratchet, dolly, bar
Extruded aluminum 1 3/8" (35mm) wide by 1 5/8" (14mm) high. Track is joined together with hardened steel track pins (like model railroad tracks) and alignment bars constructing a smooth continuous surface for the trolleys to carry the curtain.
a bar or bars of rolled steel making a track along which vehicles can roll
a motor vehicle for transporting goods
go after with the intent to catch; "The policeman chased the mugger down the alley"; "the dog chased the rabbit"
Keywords:  foolish, louder, caliber, nicely, speak
a foolish waste of time, and goes along nicely with the saying actions speak louder than words) they should compare it to a car of its time and caliber
a collection of annotated links on a chosen topic
a three-week program on "General Management" which is taught by guest lecturers from WU partner universities with weekly topics including international marketing, international negotiations and international finance
Keywords:  itunes, thing
a thing in iTunes
Keywords:  tao, once
Track-at-Once (TAO) Trackball
In typography, to reduce space uniformly between all characters in a line. As opposed to kerning, which is the variable reduction of space between specific characters.
Keywords:  gliss, silent, range, complete
Complete Silent Gliss range
a circle that has been magnetically marked to hold data
a location for linearly encoded data on a magnetic card
A process in which risk data are monitored by the person responsible for tracking watched and mitigated risks. Tracking risks includes three activities: Acquiring tracking data Compiling tracking data Reporting tracking data
Keywords:  crossbow, lath, latch, grooved, bolt
Grooved portion of the crossbow between the lath and latch where the bolt rides.
a great place to do intervals, although it is just as easily done on your favorite running route
a very controlled environment where it is comparitively safer to run your car at full throttle
Keywords:  animatable, parameter, entity
an animatable parameter of an entity
a fonction that interpolate a value over the time
a module voice
A correspondent's voice which is used in the TV studio to paint over pictures, usually received from a news agency and/or from the BBC library.
or Tracking -- This ability allows a telescope mount to follow the apparent motion of the stars. Actually it is counter acting the rotational motion of the Earth. This feature is very useful for extended and high power viewing. It is required for astrophotos longer than a few seconds.
Keywords:  myriad, sill, studs, framing, head
framing component with a myriad of uses, such as securing wall studs, head and sill openings, etc.
Parting or a cornrow that establishes the placement pattern of wefts or strand additions.
That subdivision of academic programs which constitutes a unit of professional competence. Suggestive of the complexity of identifications involved in only one department, consider the example of Business Administration. This program includes tracks in Accounting, Management, and Marketing. The candidate should clarify with his/her advisor and major department the track which he/she is interested in pursuing.
A track-like set up which integrates several instruments needed to process photoresist (deposition, soft bake, exposure, developing, hard bake) in advanced semiconductor manufacturing.
Keywords:  mos, plus
a must - MOS is a plus
The entire lower surface of the foot; -- said of birds, etc.
(n.) The bitting surface of a sidewinder key. Source: Lock Industry Standards and Training (LIST) Council
Keywords:  dummy, spades, six, usage, slang
(slang) put down on the table. [Usage: Dummy tracked with six strong spades.
a mutual mental awareness between two entities, primordially between two people, through which each influences and communicates with the other
Keywords:  tow, motive, shore, draw, vessel
To draw along continuously, as a vessel, by a line, men or animals on shore being the motive power; to tow.
Keywords:  toc, stream, bits, starting, contents
a stream of bits with a starting point identified in a Table of Contents (TOC)
Keywords:  colloquial, pitch, term
colloquial term for the pitch(1).
a cursor list meaning that is knows the current position and that it can be traversed using the back and forth features
Keywords:  curriculum, see
See curriculum.
Keywords:  told, stories, themes, joined, together
A set of stories joined together by specific themes and told for a particular purpose.
An electrical connection between two or more points on a PCB. | | | | | | | | | J | K | L | | | | | | | | W | X | Y | Z
Keywords:  stick
Track Stick
A detailed semester-by-semester plan for graduation.
Keywords:  mud, feet, deposit, carry, house
carry on the feet and deposit; "track mud into the house"
Keywords:  radar, beam, target, phase, fire
Operational phase of a fire-control or track radar during which the radar beam is kept on the target.
The process of following a shipment through our transportation system with the goal of obtaining a Proof of Delivery.
Keywords:  allocated, multi, fast, fall, claims
All court cases are now allocated to one of three "tracks". (1) Small claims track for claims of no more than £5,000; (2) Fast track for any claim with a value of no more than £15,000 and which does not fall within (1), and (3) Multi-track for all claims not covered by (1) or (2).
TRADE: for international commerce; geographic name may be added in the subject field.
a composite work based on other people's original online creations
a compound object containing a series of connected line segments, normally used to indicate a connection between two objects, or between the pins of two objects
Keywords:  tract, land, area
A tract or area, as of land.
Keywords:  parcel, land, particular
A particular parcel of land.
to follow the development of a project even if it is not owned by the individual watching its progress.
Keywords:  coverage, related, groups
a group of related coverage groups
Keywords:  events, collection
a collection of events
a virtual "container" for every character you type
a separate production line for a certain release of a software component
Keywords:  window, animal
a window to the past of an animal
Keywords:  full, year, time, one
a full-time, one-year
Keywords:  full, year, program, time, one
a one-year, full-time program
Keywords:  locate, see
See Locate .
make tracks upon