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keep track

(of someone or something) Go to keep tab(s) (on someone or something).
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keep track (of somebody/something)

to continue to be informed or know about someone or something I've never been very good at keeping track of how I spend my money. You've moved so many times, how can I possibly keep track? He's had so many different jobs that it's difficult to keep track.
Opposite of: lose track (of somebody/something)
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keep track

to continue to know what is happening to something or someone I don't know what he's doing now, he's had so many different jobs that it's difficult to keep track. (often + of ) I've never been very good at keeping track of what I spend my money on.
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keep track

Remain informed, follow the course of, as in Are you keeping track of the time? This usage alludes to following a literal track, as of footsteps. The antonym, lose track, alludes to straying or wandering from a track, as in I've lost track-what day are you leaving? [Late 1800s]
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