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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.
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make tracks

  (informal)
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
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make 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]
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make tracks

tv. to move out of a place fast. Let’s make tracks. We gotta hit Adamsville before noon.
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make tracks

Slang
To move or leave in a hurry.
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