tracking

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tracking (countable and uncountable, plural trackings)

  1. The act or process by which something is tracked.
    • 1963, Abraham C. Keller, The Telling of Tales in Rabelais: Aspects of His Narrative Art:
      In volume, the erudite studies of his language, the trackings of his numerous references to persons, places, and things around him, and the reconstruction of the details of his little-known life have occupied the most attention []
  2. (typography) A consistent adjustment of space between individual letters; letterspacing.
  3. (education) The division of pupils into separately taught groups by perceived ability level.
    Synonym: streaming

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tracking

  1. present participle and gerund of track

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