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make tracks (for something)
Fig. to move rapidly toward something or some place. The cowboys all made tracks for the chuck wagon. Let's make tracks! Here comes the sheriff.
to leave a place in order to go somewhere Jean, it's getting late - we'd better be making tracks.See cover tracks, stop in tracks
Move or leave in a hurry, as in If we're going to catch the first show, we'd better make tracks. This term alludes to the footprints left by running. [Slang; early 1800s]
tv. to move out of a place fast. Let’s make tracks. We gotta hit Adamsville before noon.
To move or leave in a hurry.