lose track

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Verb1.lose track - fail to keep informed or aware; "She has so many books, she just lost track and cannot find this volume"
fail, neglect - fail to do something; leave something undone; "She failed to notice that her child was no longer in his crib"; "The secretary failed to call the customer and the company lost the account"
keep track - keep informed of fully aware; "I keep track of the stock market developments"
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20, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Many Americans aged 34 to 50 lose track of their financial risks as they pursue careers, raise families and accumulate wealth, according to a new white paper from Chubb Personal Insurance.
Minister for Pensions Steve Webb said: With people having an average of 11 different jobs during the course of their working lives, it can be very easy to lose track of pensions they may have built up with previous employers.
her er smiling c n f d t y lose Most parents know what it is like to briefly lose track of a child.
Younger people are more likely to lose track of a pension, with 37% of the respondents aged 18-44 already having experienced this.
Let people do what they want to do, but I do think that a new normal sometimes starts to exist where the cosmetic surgery itself starts to look normal, and we lose track of what a real face is like," she added.
Many people lose track of their pensions during their working life.
In fact there are so many gimmicks to play with, it's quite easy to lose track of time.
Since I was climbing these trees all the time, I would lose track of the fact that one of them was dangerous.
Kramer's deep, rich voice sometimes seems a bit too heavy in depicting the anguished, sensitive Tucker, but he never lets listeners lose track of Tucker as a driven professional and loving father.