English to Telugu Meaning of tract - నాళం

Tract :

స్ప్రెడ్, విస్తరణ, నాళం, వ్యాకోచం, వ్యాపించడంపై, కధనాన్ని, ప్రాంతం, భూభాగం, జిల్లా, స్థానం, ఫీల్డ్, కాలం, క్షణం

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Definitions of tract in English
Noun(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
Examples of tract in English
(1) They are a legacy of the days of the first settlers when a ÔÇÿtownÔÇÖ was, in fact, a large tract of land with a village at its centre.(2) Diverticulitis is an infection or inflammation of one or more small bulging pouches in the digestive tract called diverticula.(3) It works mainly on the spinal cord, first impressing the sensory tract to the extent that it can produce complete anesthesia.(4) All this then enters the digestive tract and begins its passage from esophagus to stomach to duodenum to small intestine to colon.(5) The history of Europe post Reformation and then of America reads progressively more like a humanist cliff-hanger than a religious tract .(6) the digestive tract(7) When eating and drinking in general aggravate the pain, the pain is nearly always arising from the stomach, pancreas, biliary tract , small intestine, or colon.(8) The descending fibers of the spinal tract of the trigeminal nerve can be observed ventromedial to the inferior cerebellar peduncle.(9) The tubular esophagus exhibits the typical structure of the gastrointestinal tract with an prominent muscularis mucosae and muscularis propria.(10) But an even more pertinent question would be whether the theses lead up to any sort of tract or treatise concerned with the Holy Spirit and nothing else.(11) Tumors also can cause nausea and vomiting, particularly if they affect the inner ear, gastrointestinal tract , liver or brain.(12) Diseases of the kidneys, heart, gastrointestinal tract , lungs, bones, or other body systems may affect growth.(13) If a coworker appears hungover, attempt to slip a religious tract in his hand.(14) The signals then travel along the spinothalamic tract of the spinal cord to the thalamus and the cortex.(15) His description of his life before becoming a Christian sounds like something straight out of a religious tract .(16) The degree of elongation in the gastrointestinal tract varies from one region to another.
Related Phrases of tract
(1) digestive tract ::
జీర్ణ కోశ ప్రాంతము
(2) respiratory tract ::
(3) urinary tract ::
మూత్ర మార్గము
(4) intestinal tract ::
ప్రేగు మార్గం
(5) upper respiratory tract ::
ఎగువ శ్వాసనాళ
(6) biliary tract ::
పిత్త వాహిక
(7) genital tract ::
ప్రత్యుత్పత్తి మార్గము
(8) alimentary tract ::
జీర్ణ మార్గము
1. area ::
2. treatise ::
3. piece of ground ::
భూమి యొక్క భాగాన్ని
4. pathway ::
5. pamphlet ::
Different Forms
tract, tracts
Word Example from TV Shows
In the good way,
not the urinary tract infection way.

In the good way, not the urinary TRACT infection way.

The Big Bang Theory Season 6, Episode 2

As long as it's not
a urinary tract infection,

As long as it's not a urinary TRACT infection,

The Big Bang Theory Season 10, Episode 15

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