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keep track [idiom]

to make certain that you know what is happening or has happened to someone or something

Example: 

My sister has had so many different jobs, I find it hard to keep track ( of what she's doing).

Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English

keep/lose track of somebody/somethingto pay attention to someone or something, so that you know where they are or what is happening to them, or to fail to do this It’s difficult to keep track of all the new discoveries in genetics. I just lost all track of time.

Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary

Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary - 4th Edition
 

keep track

C1 to make certain that you know what is happening or has happened to someone or something:

My sister has had so many different jobs, I find it hard to keep track ( of what she's doing).

Collins Advanced Learner’s English Dictionary

14.
If you keep track of a situation or a person, you make sure that you have the newest and most accurate information about them all the time.
With eleven thousand employees, it’s very difficult to keep track of them all...
PHRASE: V inflects, PHR n

Merriam-Webster's Advanced Learner's Dictionary

keep track

 idiom

Definition of keep track

to be aware of how something is changing, what someone is doing, etc.There's so much going on that it's hard to keep track.—usually + ofKeep track of your little brother for me, will you?It's her job to keep track of how the money is spent.I watch the news to keep track of current events.

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