lose track

  1. fail to keep informed or aware
    She has so many books, she just lost track and cannot find this volume
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How To Use lose track In A Sentence

  • It's not that I don't care or anything, I'm just incredibly thoughtless and forgetful and I lose track of time far to easily.
  • The student who is not internalizing rhythm and pulse will invariably lose track of the beat.
  • It has a certain cleverness to it, and it's visually magnificent in places (though some of the action is so frenetic that it's easy to lose track.) Answers in a drop of blood
  • I am an ancient daemon, and although I give the impression of being a model of youth and femininity, I have lived so many centuries I have begun to lose track.
  • Released in England last year to glowing reviews and strong sales, the book centers on Emma and Dexter, who have a postgraduation fling and go their separate ways but never lose track of each other. The Stigma of Paperback Originals
  • It can make entrepreneurs lose track of what drives real business value. Times, Sunday Times
  • I mean and very often when really good stuff happens to you in terms of money you lose track of what's important and I fancy that I haven't lost track of that.
  • This can be a major source of error if you're not keeping close track of what every letter stands for.
  • The opportunity for men - and surprisingly, for women - to assume a new name, and lose track of their old lives, was relatively great.
  • His mind would wander, and he would lose track of what he was doing.
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