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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

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Contributor: Matt Errey