track (something) into (some place)(redirected from tracks into)
track (something) into (some place)
To bring dirt, mud, or other such filth into some place on one's feet. The dogs tracked mud into the house after I had just finished cleaning. Hey, take your boots off—you're tracking dirt into my room!
See also: track
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