Synonym: nerve pathway, nerve tract, pamphlet, parcel, parcel of land, pathway, piece of ground, piece of land. Similar words: detract, attract, retract, contract, distract, abstract, contractor, protracted. Meaning: [trækt] n. 1. an extended area of land 2. a system of body parts that together serve some particular purpose 3. a brief treatise on a subject of interest; published in the form of a booklet 4. a bundle of myelinated nerve fibers following a path through the brain.
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1 A vast tract of land is ready for development.
2 They bought a 40-acre tract of land for development.
3 Foods are broken down in the digestive tract.
4 She produced a feminist tract, "Comments on Birth-Control", in 1930.
5 In acute infections of the urinary tract the patient may suffer severe pain.
6 It attacks the intestinal tract, liver and other organs.
7 Tract housing, strip malls and public schools surrounded Southwestern.
8 As indicated, Spenser was unsuccessful, his tract censored.
9 This operation involved cutting the main fibre tract that joins the two halves of the brain, the corpus callosum.
10 We lived in a little three-bedroom tract house with no basement, let alone a storm cellar.
11 Dinosaurs also had a larger digestive tract that seemed to have co-evolved with the changes in Earth's flora and fauna.
12 With further respiratory tract infections there remains a tendency to impaired hearing,(www.Sentencedict.com) but this is transient.
13 These provide evidence that, if Spenser's tract was not published before 1633, it obviously circulated in manuscript.
14 Patients with primary sclerosing cholangitis complicated by biliary tract calculi were more likely to be symptomatic at presentation than those without calculi.
15 Are women getting education and treatment for reproductive tract infections?
16 He's suffering from an acute infection of the lower respiratory tract.
17 They have lifted water from the Yellow River onto the high land and reaped a good cotton harvest on a 300 - acre tract.
18 Instruments developed at the hospital allow doctors to thread microscopic telescopes into the digestive tract.
19 The new company headquarters will be built on a 132-acre tract in Irving.
20 Twenty two had severe lifelong constipation and eight had symptoms suggesting a motility disorder exclusively of the upper gastrointestinal tract.
21 We conclude that autonomic neuropathy can affect motor functions throughout the gastrointestinal tract.
22 We are not aware of reports from developing countries of the outcome of hypoxaemia in children with acute lower respiratory tract infection.
23 There may be much urging to urinate, smarting, stinging(sentencedict.com), burning along the urinary tract.
24 Iron deficiency anaemia is commonly caused by chronic blood loss from the gastrointestinal tract.
25 Radiographs of the chest showed enlargement of the right heart with prominence of the pulmonary outflow tract.
26 When inhaled, these very small clusters are deposited in the respiratory tract.
27 Subjects who developed a symptomatic infection of the upper respiratory tract were retested while ill and again one month later when asymptomatic.
28 Following mating, the sperm are stored in special tiny tubules in the female's reproductive tract.
29 Colonic mucins are also highly sulphated, more so in fact than mucins produced elsewhere in the gastrointestinal tract.
30 It was for him that St Bernard wrote his famous tract on papal power.
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