- Fast track is defined as some course that is leading somewhere quickly, either literally or figuratively.
An example of fast track is a career woman who is quickly moving up in her office and who will be in a senior management position soon.
- The definition of fast track is to speed something up.
An example of fast track is when your banker friend pushes your loan application through more quickly than normal.
fast track definition by Webster's New World
- fast lane (sense )
- a career path offering rapid advancement
- a building method in which construction begins even before plans and designs are completed
- speedy or accelerated; expeditious: fast-track approval of a new drug
- designating or having to do with the power to enter into agreements that are not subject to Congressional modification: the President's fast-track authority in trade negotiations
fast track definition by American Heritage Dictionary
- fastˈ-trackˈ adjective & v.
- fast trackˈer noun
fast track - Business Definition
- Rapid advancement in an organization's management structure that is sometimes offered to employees considered to have special promise.
- The legislative procedure in which Congress is required to vote without offering amendments on foreign trade agreements submitted by the President. For example, the North America Free Trade Agreement was passed as fast-track legislation.
fast track - Legal Definition
- An expedited litigation or discovery schedule ordered by the court, generally in relation to civil cases. See also speedy trial.
- to expedite a case schedule.