fast track
noun Date: 1975 1. a course leading to rapid advancement or success 2. a course of expedited consideration or approval

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • fast track — ˈfast track noun [singular] HUMAN RESOURCES a quick and direct path to getting jobs that are more important and better paid: • He is a middle manager in his 30s, on the fast track for promotion. • one of the bank s fast track graduates fast… …   Financial and business terms

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  • fast track — fast′ track n. cvb inf a career track in which a person advances more rapidly than usual: an executive on the fast track[/ex] fast′ track , adj. v.i. v.t. tracked, track•ing …   From formal English to slang

  • fast-track — fast ,track1 adjective happening, developing, or progressing more quickly than usual: fast track legislation fast track fast ,track 2 verb transitive to make something happen, develop, or progress more quickly than usual …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • fast-track — [fast′trak΄] adj. speedy or accelerated; expeditious [fast track approval of a new drug] designating or having to do with the power to enter into agreements that are not subject to Congressional modification [the President s fast track authority… …   English World dictionary

  • fast track — n [singular] the fast track to something is the fastest way of achieving it ▪ Many saw independence as the fast track to democracy …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • fast track — n [singular] the fast track to something is the fastest way of achieving it ▪ Many saw independence as the fast track to democracy …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • fast-track — adj [only before noun] happening or making progress more quickly than is usual ▪ a fast track procedure for adoption …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • fast-track — adj [only before noun] happening or making progress more quickly than is usual ▪ a fast track procedure for adoption …   Dictionary of contemporary English

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