bad track

bad track

[‚bad ′trak]
(computer science)
A disk track that contains a bad sector.
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It's not a bad track and I think people are just looking for something to be offended by.
He is not scoring runs and his body language is also not up to the mark, Pakistan have a very bad track record against Indians in the World Cup but every day is not Sunday.
Manabilang asked the Ombudsman to examine the contract, citing the 'bad track record' of the contractors hired by the NHA, and their alleged collusion in an illegal subcontracting scheme.
This is saving me from turning down a bad track. You could even say it's keeping me alive."
If we vote for candidates who have a bad track record and are known plunderers, and have not shown any positive achievement for his or her constituents, then we have nobody to blame except ourselves.
The DIG told Prothom Alo that Sirajuddoula had some bad track records and the managing committee was aware of those.
Take a look at our pick of the best shows on the small screen this week SATURDAY, BBC1, 12.25AM Man Like Mobeen Dogs and ethnic minorities have a very bad track record.
But, as a caveat, he said everybody has a bad track record with growth forecasts
Addressing Barnes, Judge Cook added: "You have had troubling offences in the past and a bad track record for non-compliance with orders.
In a statement issued here on Saturday, Aleem Khan that both PPP and PML-N have very bad track record of their government in which their leaders did nothing but looted national exchequer and established properties abroad.
I think he's on a bad track. I can never do business with Saudi Arabia again until we get this behind us...