traquer

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EtymologyEdit

From Middle French trac, from Old French trac (a track, trace, a beaten path, course), from Middle Dutch treck, treke (a drawing, draft, delineation, feature, train, procession, line or flourish with a pen, sketch), from Old Dutch *trecken, from Proto-Germanic *trakjaną (to drag). More at track, trek.

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VerbEdit

traquer

  1. to track, follow
  2. to track down, hunt down; to hound

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