Off-track meaning

ôf'trăk', ŏf'-
Off track is defined as someone or something who is not moving forward properly or who is not going in the right direction.

An example of a person who is off track is someone who was supposed to go to college but instead dropped out.

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Away from an intended route; wayward.
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(of gambling) Conducted away from a racetrack.
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The definition of off track is something related to racing (like horse or dog racing) that doesn't occur at the actual racetrack site.

An example of off-track is a betting shop set up in a city that broadcasts live horse races from the country.

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Of or relating to gambling on races that is conducted away from a racetrack.
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Designating or of legalized betting on horse races, carried on at places away from the racetrack.
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Alternative spelling of off-track.
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