Here is another free English phrasal verb lesson where we will explain how ‘Track Down’ is used when you are trying find something or someone. Read our examples for the best way to practice using this in real context correctly.
Phrasal Verb: Track Down
Phrasal Verbs Lesson: Track Down
Alternative Meaning: Finding something or someone
- It’s easy to track down Curtis because he always has his cell phone with him.
- It’s easy to find Curtis because he always has his cell phone with him.
- I need to track down a new charger for my laptop from one of the stores here.
- I need to find a new charger for my laptop from one of the stores here.
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