on the track of (someone or something)(redirected from on the track of one)
on the track of (someone or something)
1. Following, pursuing, or tracking someone or something. Police are on the track of two armed men who held up a liquor store late last night. Our top detective is on the track of the stolen goods, sir.
2. On course to do something; heading toward some action as expected, planned, or desired. My family assumed I was still on the track of becoming a doctor, as I hadn't told them that I'd dropped out. I believe our team is on the track of revolutionizing the treatment of cancer.
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