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Slang

make tracks

This page is about the slang term make tracks

Meaning

to leave somewhere, usually to go home

For example

  • It's getting a bit late. I think it's time to make tracks.

  • It's nearly Billy's bedtime so we'd better make tracks, but I'll see you tomorrow.

Quick Quiz

Don said it was time to make tracks. He wanted to

a. build some narrow paths

b. leave for home

c. take a train

Slang of the Day

Contributor: Matt Errey