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fast–track

verb

Synonyms and Antonyms of fast–track

  1. to cause to move or proceed fast or faster <we're going to fast-track this project so that the product is in the stores for the holiday shopping season> Synonyms accelerate, bundle, fast-track, hasten, quicken, rush, speed (up), whiskRelated Words drive, goad, prod, propel, push, race, spur, stir, urge; aid, dispatch, ease, encourage, expedite, facilitateNear Antonyms delay, encumber, fetter, hamper, hinder, hobble, hold back, hold up, impede, interfere (with), manacle, rein (in), restrain, shackle, tie up, trammel; arrest, check, stall, stay, still, stopAntonyms brake, decelerate, retard, slow (down)




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