fast-track meaning


see fast track n.: In the fast-track curriculum the cleverest students graduate a year before the others.


v. (fast-tracks, fast-tracking, fast-tracked)

to move up very quickly, more than is usually done: The boss fast-tracked his son in the business, from clerk to manager in one year.

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