Associations to the word «Tracking»
TRACKING, verb. Present participle of track
TRACKING, noun. The act by which something is tracked.
TRACKING DOWN, verb. Present participle of track down
TRACKING SHOT, noun. (cinematography) (film) In filmmaking, a continuously recorded segment containing no edits, in which the camera is moved (often mounted on a dolly rolling on tracks) so as to sweep through an extensive area or to follow the physical movement of characters or events.
TRACKING, noun. The pursuit (of a person or animal) by following tracks or marks they left behind.
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