Definition of 'fast track'
Example sentences containing 'fast track'
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The scheme is a fast track route giving school leavers the chance to earn and learn on the job. The Sun (2012)
The fast-track procedure is designed to take the heat out of criticism of the glacial pace of French bureaucracy. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Once she has finished the fast-track programme, she will be in line for a promotion to assistant manager. Times, Sunday Times (2017)He is also being targeted by the FA for their fast-track coaching scheme to get his badges before management. The Sun (2016)The fast-track process for applying for visas for aid workers has been brought to an end. Times, Sunday Times (2009)American regulators promise that they will fast-track its approval process. Times, Sunday Times (2006)But neither would it have happened without the will to fast-track procedures and dismiss red tape. Times, Sunday Times (2007)The programme aimed to fast-track young prospects into international competition and top training methods. The Sun (2012)Six youths have been given prison sentences in fast-track trials for looting or attacking police. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Investigators still aim to complete their case by the weekend and move for a fast-track trial. The Sun (2011)Its management training programme offers a fast-track opportunity for you to enter the logistics and supply chain management industry. Times, Sunday Times (2007)The operation transformed the battle effectiveness and personal protection of our forces fighting there by using this fast-track procurement system. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Thailand is to introduce fast-track tourist courts in a bid to restore confidence in the country following a rise in crimes against visitors. Times, Sunday Times (2013)She also wants a fast-track scheme for businessmen and women and former members of the armed services to apply for direct entry to senior jobs. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Look out for fast-track schemes for women, the disabled and ethnic minorities. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Hundreds of failed asylum seekers will be able to apply for bail after judges told ministers that they cannot detain them under a fast-track appeals system. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Applicants can fast-track this process if they invest 5m or more. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Yesterday's hearing took place in the chaotic fast-track court which is normally used for petty crimes. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Germany will also establish fast-track courts with powers to expel offenders within 24 hours. Times, Sunday Times (2006)He was acquitted last night after a fast-track trial in Athens. Times, Sunday Times (2012)From the end of July thousands more accident cases will go through a fast-track scheme used for settling road accident claims. Times, Sunday Times (2013)The Winsor review also calls for a fast-track system to allow the brightest and the best to rise swiftly through the ranks. Times, Sunday Times (2012)But if the results of our trials are positive, that might fast-track the process and provide a treatment within five years. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The unit reported positively last October that record numbers of foreign prisoners were agreeing to be deported under a repatriation and early removal fast-track scheme. Times, Sunday Times (2006)
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Translations for 'fast track'
British English: fast track NOUN
The fast track to a particular goal, especially in politics or in your career, is the quickest route to achieving it.
Many saw independence as the fast track to democracy.
British English: fast track VERB
To fast track something means to make it happen or progress faster or earlier than normal.
A court case had been fast tracked to Wednesday.
Definition of fast track from the Collins English Dictionary
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