Informal performing in a manner regarded as normal or characteristic, as after having been in a slump
- Having no tracks; not traveled over: the untracked snow.
- Not kept track of; unmonitored: an untracked shipment.
- No longer performing poorly; performing well or up to one's expectations: The team got untracked after playing poorly for the first few games.
Origin of untrackedSense 3, perhaps from alteration of on track (possibly influenced by the notion of a track being a rut, or unproductive routine).