English version

get off the track

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishget off the trackget off the trackspokenCHANGE FROM ONE THING TO ANOTHER to begin to deal with a new subject rather than the main one which was being discussed Don’t get off the track, we’re looking at this year’s figures not last year’s. track
Examples from the Corpus
get off the trackI almost wet in my pants before I got off the track to relieve myself.After debating, I decided that I should not get off the track.
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