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1fast–track

adjective \ˈfas(t)-ˌtrak\

Definition of FAST-TRACK

1
:  of, relating to, or moving along a fast track <fast–track executives>
2
:  of, relating to, or being a construction procedure in which work on a building begins before designs are completed
3
:  of or relating to authority granted to the President of the United States by Congress that allows the President to negotiate trade agreements which Congress must confirm or reject in their entirety

First Known Use of FAST-TRACK

1967

2fast–track

verb

Definition of FAST-TRACK

transitive verb
:  to speed up the processing, production, or construction of in order to meet a goal
fast–track·er noun

First Known Use of FAST-TRACK

1971

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