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Definition of sidetrack:

  1. Hence, fig., to divert or reduce to a position or condition that is relatively secondary or subordinate in activity, importance, effectiveness, or the like; to switch off; to turn aside, as from a purpose.
  2. To transfer to a siding from a main line of track.


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