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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He told them: "Sometimes you get tired and lose track but it's no excuse.
He says people these days are completely lost in their digital world when there is so much going on and people tend to lose track of reality.
She added that with the 'killing and abuses' happening coupled with 'such level of impunity that this regime has ushered in,' we should not 'lose track of the real numbers.'
Summary: Washington [United States], May 14 (ANI): Do you also start watching a video on YouTube and lose track of time following the recommended/autoplay list?
NEARLY a third of Britons say apps are making their finances worse either by encouraging them to spend more or meaning they lose track of their outgoings, a survey has found.
But despite all provided facilities and marks, sometimes people lose track of their companions in the massive crowd.
"On average we now have six jobs over our working lives and with some of these likely to be short stints many people lose track of small pension pots."