A major passage way within the body, large bundle of nerve fibers, or other continuous elongated anatomical structure or region.
I went to the doctor and was told I have an upper respiratory tract infection in my throat.

My girlfriend went to the gyno and has a urinary tract infection or uti.
by Nessatoria November 18, 2017
Did you see how tracted Debbie was at the lecture? The speaker really got her attention.
by rhondas56 February 8, 2009
to be well focused on the actual matter at hand, the oposite of distracted.
"Man I go so tracted at work the other day, my numbers are over the top!"
by earlofstomp October 13, 2008
To monitor ones shady , suspicious activities.
I'm keeping tract of my man like he is feces going threw my intestines.
by Belieena July 30, 2019
A euphemism for breasts. Traditionally preceded by "she's got huge."
"Don't like her?! What's wrong with her? She's beautiful,

she's rich, she's got huge... tracts of land."

Bro 1: "Yo, I'm telling you dawg, that chick was fine."

Bro 2: "WTF! That buffoocka was a 4/10, at best!"

Bro 1: "Naw man, she got HUGE tracts of land."
by Mr. Orangutan November 4, 2013
Means the same thing as "urinary tract".
{singing}
Taking about the pissinary tract
Is something we all should do with tact!
by Telephony December 22, 2011
Tract housing (also known as cookie-cutter housing) is a style of housing development in which multiple identical or nearly-identical homes are built to create a community. Tract housing developments may encompass dozens of square miles. Tract housing developments are typically found in North American suburbs that were modeled on the "Levittown" concept.

Tract housing development only makes use of a few designs, and labor costs are reduced because workers only need to learn the skills and movements of constructing a limited variety of home designs. In addition, as all homes in the development will be built at the same time, the cost of purchasing and transporting building supplies may be reduced due to economies of scale. Components such as roof trusses, plumbing trees, and stair systems are often fabricated in factories and installed on site. This allows contractors to reduce prices, which in turn can make homes more affordable (and more accessible to a larger percentage of the population) and may also allow contractors to reap higher profits.
Early tract homes were often identical, but more recently built tract homes no longer look identical from the exterior.

The concept of tract housing is occasionally mocked in American popular culture as the basis of a sterile and dispiriting suburbia. Nonetheless, the use of tract housing in new American suburban developments continues to dominate.
Laura spends her days in her tract housing community with her young son while her husband goes off to work. She leaves only to run trivial errands like buying flour or getting a haircut. On the surface they are living the American Dream; she is nevertheless deeply unhappy.
by mybodyisacage October 8, 2009