See the full definition for sidetrack in the English Language Learners Dictionary. sidetrack. verb. side·track | \ˈsīd-ˌtrak \. sidetracked; sidetracking ...


sidetrack meaning: 1. to direct a person's attention away from an activity or subject towards another one that is less important: 2. the act of sidetracking someone, ...


Sidetrack definition, to move from the main track to a siding, as a train. See more.


Definition of sidetrack - cause (someone) to be distracted from an immediate or important issue, direct (a train) into a branch line or siding.


To get distracted for a while halfway while you're doing something.


Define sidetrack. sidetrack synonyms, sidetrack pronunciation, sidetrack translation, English dictionary definition of sidetrack. v. side·tracked , side·track· ing ...


To sidetrack is to veer off a straight path, or to cause something (or someone) to do so. The smell of a rabbit in the woods might sidetrack your dog from coming ...


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sidetrack meaning, definition, what is sidetrack: to make someone stop doing what they sho...: Learn more.