Complete Definition of "tract"

English

Pronunciation
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:Rhymes: Rhymes:English:-ækt|-ækt

Noun
tract (tracts)

  1. an area or expanse of land.
  2. a series of connected body organs, as in the digestive tract.
  3. a small booklet such as a pamphlet, often for promotional or informational uses.
  4. a brief treatise or discourse on a subject of interest.
  5. a commentator's view or perspective on a subject.

Related terms
tractate noun

Translations
trans-top|an area
Catalan: extensió f
Dutch: t+|nl|gebied|n
Finnish: t+|fi|alue, t-|fi|seutu
trans-mid
German: t+|de|Gebiet|n
Portuguese: t-|pt|extensão|m
Spanish: t-|es|extensión|f
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trans-top|a series of connected body organs
Catalan: tracte m
Czech: t-|cs|ústrojí|n
Dutch: t+|nl|kanaal|n, t+|nl|stelsel|n
Finnish: t-|fi|elimet, t+|fi|kanava, t-|fi|juoste
trans-mid
German: t-|de|Trakt|m
Spanish: t-|es|tracto|m
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trans-top|a small booklet
Catalan: fullet m
Portuguese: t-|pt|panfleto|m
trans-mid
Spanish: t-|es|folleto|m
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trans-top|a brief treatise
Catalan: tractat m
Finnish: t-|fi|traktaatti
German: t-|de|Traktat|n
trans-mid
Portuguese: t+|pt|tratado|m
Spanish: tratado m,
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Catalan: opuscle m

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