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fast track

noun [S] uk   us  
C2 the quickest route to a successful position: He is on the fast track to success.
fast-track
adjective [before noun] uk   /ˈfɑːst.træk/ us    /ˈfæst-/ UK
fast-track opportunities They've introduced a fast-track system for brighter pupils which will allow thousands to take their GCSE exams two years early.
fast-track
verb [T] uk   /ˈfɑːst.træk/ us    /ˈfæst-/
His passport application was fast-tracked.
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