there are like 20 definitions describing running but thats not slang. the track is what you put your hoes on and hustle work on. its your routine you walk or drive in your hood and hustle
i brokemy new hoe and put her on my track
by scrapperOndubs March 24, 2006
A commonly used street term referring to the area where prostitutes and pimps work. It's called the track because much like a track, the prostitute walks the area or block over and over in laps.
I worked the track everyday. My pimp made me work the track till he got paid.
by Nightriderjoe September 11, 2009
Multiple songs on a CD, album, ipod, or MP3 player, etc. Each singular song is a "track" and more than one cut are "tracks."
"Man, did you hear the tracks DJ John David laid down in that killer Mix, 'Homeward Bound'?"
by PMUnderground January 20, 2006
"Track" in the context of music simply means a song. A reference to the track on a compact disc. "Track" could also refer to an individual instrument track in the song.
The new track from Neptunes uses the exact same snare and kick drum samples as they've been using on their last 10 tracks.
by Holgrr January 16, 2005
Usually referred to as a sport for those who cant compete in those such as football or lacrosse, track is actually one of the hardest sports there is in high school athletics. There are no time outs or substitutions in races, and you cant whine to your coach that you feel like your legs are going to fall off every second of the race. Those who say that track is for the weak have obviously never attempted to run an all out mile two mile and even then, would not come even close to the times that true runners have the ability to put up.
Track is different from the more mainstream sports in many ways. Unlike sports such as football or lacrosse, time is not wasted in practice by sitting around and talking on the sides. Instead, during a track practice you are almost always running/working, thus making track practices harder and much more efficient. Also, it is much harder to achieve honors in track such as all-state or all-american.
While track is a team sport, it is also widely seen as an individual sport. Each runner measures there own success by improvement from race to race. There are no benchwarmers in track; everyone races, but it is only those who work hard who will succeed. You get out of track what you put into it. For the most part, you are your own coach. You will determine how much you will improve and how successful you will become in this sport.
-"Ha you run track You suck at life"
-"Hold on can we finish this conversation later? i have to go to practice. We are doing 12 miles at a hard tempo pace today."
by dowork123 February 27, 2011
marks on somebody's arms when they've injected a lot of drugs.
"Look at the tracks on her arms"
"Real nasty"
by confusioncus November 03, 2003
What the government does to people with foreign last names.
"This isn't racial profiling, sir. We're only tracking you because we don't trust your kind."
by CodpieceNinja July 22, 2005
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