Definition of dog track in English:

dog track

noun

  • A stadium or course used for greyhound racing.

    ‘he would often watch races with friends at the dog track’
    • ‘The racetracks claimed that casinos threatened to put Arizona's dog tracks out of business.’
    • ‘There aren't that many dog tracks in the North West and once he is banned from Belle Vue, he probably won't race again.’
    • ‘To regularly walk away from the dog track with a profit you need to develop the ability to select the correct pool to wager into.’
    • ‘An unlimited bankroll is not the key to profit at the dog track.’
    • ‘They secured an eight-year lease on the business in April to save one of the country's last independent dog tracks from disappearing.’
    • ‘The club have planned a night out at the dog track on Saturday.’
    • ‘Today these races are regular events at many dog tracks.’
    • ‘The club wishes to thank all the people who supported and sponsored the race night held recently at the dog track.’
    • ‘A Race Night in aid of the trust will take place in Limerick dog track.’
    • ‘I can arrange a meet at the dog track if you want.’
    • ‘A special fundraising night will be held at Newbridge dog track.’
    • ‘He was also a fine snooker and billiards player, and a shrewd judge of form on the dog track.’
    • ‘This involved dinner at the dog track, a few pints, and a bit of a flutter on the races.’