lose track

lose track  {v. phr.}
To forget about something; not stay informed; fail to keep a count or record.
What's the score now? I've lost track.
- Usually used with "of".
Mary lost track of her friends at camp after summer was over.
John lost track of the money he spent at the circus.
Compare: OUT OF TOUCH. Contrast: KEEP TRACK.
Categories: verb

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