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be on the track of somebody/something

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbe on the track of somebody/somethingbe on the track of somebody/somethingLOOK FORto hunt or search for someone or something Police are on the track of the bank robbers. track
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be on the track of somebody/somethingPolice are on the track of a gang that has robbed five mini-marts in the last month.Were they really placed as milestones or could we be on the track of the elusive mark stones of great antiquity?
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