keep track

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keep track (third-person singular simple present keeps track, present participle keeping track, simple past and past participle kept track)

  1. To monitor; to track or record; to understand or follow.
    Please sign in, so that we can keep track of who is here.

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  • Used with or without "of":
    • There are many versions, and it's difficult to keep track.
    • There are many versions, and it's difficult to keep track of them all.

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