Tracking vs. Trekking

Tracking vs. Trekking — Is There a Difference?
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Difference Between Tracking and Trekking

Trackingnoun

The placing of students in any of several courses of study according to ability, achievement, or needs. Also called ability grouping.

Trekkingverb

To make a slow or arduous journey.

Trackingnoun

The position of a magnetic tape as it moves across magnetic heads, as in a VCR.

Trekkingverb

To journey on foot, especially to hike through mountainous areas.

Trackingnoun

The lateral pressure of a phonograph needle as it tracks in a groove.

Trekkingverb

South African To travel by ox wagon.

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Trackingnoun

The act or process by which something is tracked.

Trekkingnoun

A journey or leg of a journey, especially when slow or difficult.

Trackingnoun

(typography) A consistent adjustment of space between individual letters; letterspacing.

Trekkingnoun

South African A journey by ox wagon, especially a migration such as that of the Boers from 1835 to 1837.

Trackingnoun

(education) The division of pupils into separately taught groups by perceived ability level.

Trekkingnoun

Walking in the countryside for pleasure or sport, usually for a longer period of time than for hiking.

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Trackingnoun

the pursuit (of a person or animal) by following tracks or marks they left behind