make tracks

make tracks
1. : to proceed at a walk or run
2. : to go in a hurry : run away : flee

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make tracks (informal)
1. To make off
2. To go quickly
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Main Entry:track

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make tracks informal phrase
to leave a place

It’s getting late – I think we’d better make tracks.

Thesaurus: general words meaning to leave a placesynonym
Main entry: track

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make tracks (for)
informal leave hurriedly (for a place)

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make tracks
informal : to leave a place quickly

Here comes your mom–I'd better make tracks.

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Main Entry:track

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make ˈtracks idiom
(informal) to leave a place, especially to go home

It's getting late— I'd better make tracks.

Main entry:trackidiom

Useful english dictionary. 2012.

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  • make tracks — tv. to move out of a place fast. □ I gotta make tracks home now. □ Let’s make tracks. We gotta hit Adamsville before noon …   Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions

  • make tracks —    to escape or leave in a hurry    Most of those about whom this phrase is used are anxious not to make tracks which others might follow:     I shouldn t be surprised if he s made tracks. (Sayers, 1937) …   How not to say what you mean: A dictionary of euphemisms

  • make tracks — verb a) To leave or depart; to go away. I had better make tracks now, since my plane leaves soon. b) To leave in a hurry …   Wiktionary

  • make tracks — vp To leave. When are you going to make tracks? 1950s …   Historical dictionary of American slang

  • make tracks — hurry, move quickly, vamoose    We better make tracks or we ll be late for dinner …   English idioms

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  • make tracks — informal to leave a place It s getting late – I think we d better make tracks …   English dictionary

  • make tracks (for) — informal leave (for a place). → track …   English new terms dictionary

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