A chav phrase for Tracksuit Bottoms or Track Pants, Its used a lot by Scousers
Where did you get them trackies from?
n. - A term often used in underground techno and house music circles to describe an electronic composition which is at it's core usually a repeating 1, 2, or 4-bar loop. The purpose of this is to allow a DJ to quickly and effectively mix the record with any other record in a set without having to pay particularly close attention to one record's fills or changes over time (also known as phrasing).
"That new Hardcell record is particularly tracky."
Trackies are kids who participate in track, and probably cross country in high school. These kids are obsessed with their sport, and basically live to run. And then eat. And then sleep. And then run some more. And this is the wonderful cycle of a trackie's life.
Sometimes trackies would rather spend their saturday at a track or cross country meet than at a raging party. But they still have the same amount of fun because they're all so close and cool. Trackies are also often considered as ... well a cult.
Nick- Hey, should we invite Phil to the party tonight?
Sam- I don't know man, he's such a trackie, he might be at a meet.
Nick- But trackies are the most fun people around!
Jill- That was such a great run. Let's go get some pizza now.
Greg- Great idea, then I think I feel a nap coming on! It's what us trackies do!
Short for tracksuit.
i'm just gonna change into my tracky
Colloquial Australian term for tracksuit pants.
I'm not leaving the house today, so I'm going to wear my trackies all day.
An article of clothing or individual style that is both trashy and tacky.
OMG, Those fish-net stockings she's wearing are so tracky!
Usually nice high school track/ Cross Country runners who likely get high grades. However, they become annoying when one spends a majority of their time with them.
They form "track" tables at lunch where the conversations revolve around "PRs" or colorful spandex, and the big news is the possible fart lek workout for practice that day. When you see them outside of practice and school, you immediately feel guilty that you haven't run all weekend.
Track/Cross country are fun, "worth it" sports, but the trackies suck you in and become your only social circle and soon enough a majority of your conversations and thoughts revolve around your race times and workouts. As hard as it is, resist the "pull" of the trackies and just be a well rounded runner and person.
Man, all them trackies talk about is track.