Definition of Half track

1. Noun. A motor vehicle propelled by half tracks; frequently used by the military.

2. Noun. A track that goes around only rear wheels.

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Half Track

half sisters
half sisters-in-law
half snipe
half sole
half sovereign
half sovereigns
half space
half spaces
half stack
half staff
half step
half steps
half time
half times
half title
half track (current term)
half viaduct
half virgins
half volley
half wish

Literary usage of Half track

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Military Dictionary (1987)
"One of the two endless belts on which a full-track or half-track vehicle runs. 7. A metal part forming a path for a moving object, eg, the track around the ..."

2. The Six-chord Spiral by John Rittenhouse Stephens (1907)
"Track parabola 8°, } = 2° on tangent half. Track parabola 8°, f = 6° on main curve half. In all spiral running it is important to keep a watch on the total ..."

3. SAS 9.1.3 [sic.] Companion for Z/OS. by SAS Institute, SAS Publishing (2004)
"However, for some DASD controller configurations, half-track blocking performs nearly as well as a 6K block size for random access. Half-track blocking ..."

4. Green Light!: Men of the 81st Troop Carrier Squadron Tell Their Story by Martin Wolfe (1989)
"We were forced to run with these cans over to a German half-track with a heavy gun. This half-track would go from one German artillery point to another and ..."

5. Construction and Maintenance of Railway Roadbed and Track by Frederick John Prior (1907)
"4.617° 1^=2.31° on main curve half. Six " 6.926° 2/7=1.98° on tangent half. " 6.926° 5/7=4-95° on main curve half. Track parabola 8° J4=2° on tangent half. ..."

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