track (something) all over(redirected from tracks them all over)
track (something) all over
To spread dirt, mud, or other such filth all over (something or some place) with one's feet. The dogs tracked mud all over my nice clean carpets. Hey, take your boots off—you're tracking dirt all over!
track something (all) over something
to spread something everywhere in a place from the bottom of one's shoes or feet. You're tracking mud all over my house! Who tracked stuff over my carpet?