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tracking down

noun as in detection

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“We are tracking down the man,” the Bangalore Police Commissioner said.

The authorities quickly involved themselves, tracking down his tormentors.

He has spent, by his own reckoning, almost half his career tracking down and debunking conspiracy theories.

After 9/11, Childers would have been more than willing to lead his men in tracking down Al Qaeda in Afghanistan.

And there should be no doubt that we will be relentless in tracking down the killers and bringing them to justice.

"I fancy my son isn't going into the business of tracking down criminals permanently," Burton, Senior, retorted a bit stiffly.

There were no broken paths, and boys and men were busy shoveling out or tracking down.

His exasperated fare, afterwards tracking down her parent in Boston, made use of this incident for the slander of her stepmother.

To him 318 is due the larger share of the credit for tracking down the Big Springs bandits.

You know what a hell of a time we have tracking down relatives to give the money to, because these people don't leave wills.


On this page you'll find 16 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to tracking down, such as: disclosure, apprehension, espial, exposure, find, and revelation.

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