[fast-trak, fahst-] /ˈfæstˈtræk, ˈfɑst-/

verb (used with or without object)
to advance or develop rapidly.
of or relating to the fast track.
denoting the quickest or most direct route or system: fast-track executives, a fast-track procedure for libel claims
(transitive) to speed up the progress of (a project or person)

a person who has moved or been moved quickly toward a goal
Word Origin

Usage Note

fast-track, vt; fast-tracked, adj; fast-tracking, n


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