verb (used with or without object)
Definition for fast-track (2 of 2)
Examples from the Web for fast-track
On the contrary, if the Court now decides to hear this case on the merits, it might be a fast-track.
And we need a fast-track process to make sure that infrastructure projects are approved.The Fracking Truth About Canada's Successful Energy Policy|David Frum|August 25, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Moreover, killing bin Laden gave him the consummation he most devoutly wished, namely a fast-track to paradise.
A bill could come to the Senate floor as early as Wednesday, and the administration is aiming to fast-track the legislation.
He used live models to show how Rudy Guede, who was convicted in a fast-track trial last October, likely killed Kercher alone.
British Dictionary definitions for fast-track
Idioms and Phrases with fast-track
A situation involving high pressure, competition, and, especially, rapid success or advancement. For example, He was definitely on a fast track, becoming a partner after only five years in the firm, or This company was on the fast track in software development. This term alludes to a dry, hard horse track that enables horses to run at high speeds. [Colloquial; mid-1960s] Also see fast lane.