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tracking (plural trackings)

  1. The act 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.

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tracking

  1. present participle of track

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