keep track


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Verb1.keep track - keep informed of fully aware; "I keep track of the stock market developments"
cognise, cognize, know - be cognizant or aware of a fact or a specific piece of information; possess knowledge or information about; "I know that the President lied to the people"; "I want to know who is winning the game!"; "I know it's time"
lose track - fail to keep informed or aware; "She has so many books, she just lost track and cannot find this volume"
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They not only danced together, whirling and gyrating around the room, but they leaped over one another, stood upon their heads and hopped and skipped here and there so nimbly that it was hard work to keep track of them.
The training forces dancers to keep track of these rhythmic phrases, as opposed to keeping track of the downbeat.
Glance at your schedule by day, month, or year and keep track of recurring meetings or appointments.
QuickBooks accounting software can generate reports on student activities and payments, write and print checks, keep student records including contact information, keep track of income and expenses, print invoices, print address labels and more.
It has video messaging built in and can keep track of the family schedule.
Some companies offer their own "blacklist" of no-no Web sites to ensure students are sticking to education when using the laptops off school grounds, and even keep track of tech-savvy and tireless students that try to override the system and change grades, for example.
NORCAT's record keeping business has morphed into a human resources function they call their Integrated Staff Management System, allowing corporate clients to keep track of all their required safety training by subscribing online.
We've been told to Keep tracK of how many miles our Strykers travel with TOW missiles loaded.
The school will keep track of the pair's progress with a map posted on a cafeteria wall.
However, the deemed-allocation rules make it harder to keep track of the exemption amount used because, in some instances, returns are no longer required to allocate the GST exemption.
At the same time only 9% of people say they will keep track of exactly how much they spend while they are away, with 24% admitting they don't keep track at all.