fast track

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Englisch - Türkisch
1. İzlenecek hızlı yol, hızlı yöntem2. Bir işin ilerleyişini hızlandırmak
(İnşaat) hızlı yol
Englisch - Englisch
A race track with optimum conditions for high speeds
A high-pressure or intensely competitive situation, particularly one characterised by rapid advancement
The quickest or most direct method or path

Google welcomes the ISO decision to not approve the fast track of Microsoft's OOXML..

To progress something with unusual rapidity

The head of Sydney Airport thinks frequent flyers should be fast-tracked through security checks..

A railroad for express trains
The quickest and most direct route to achievement of a goal, as in competing for professional advancement: “Making complaints against the public is hardly the fast track to elective office”
1. (noun) a rapid route or method. 2. (verb - fast-track) accelerate the progress of
Fast track procedures for approval of trade agreements were included by Congress in trade legislation in 1974, in 1979 and again in the 1988 Trade Act Fast track provides two guarantees essential to the successful negotiation of trade agreements: (1) a vote on implementing legislation within a fixed period of time and (2) a vote, up or down, with no amendments to that legislation Provisions in the Omnibus Trade and Competitiveness Act of 1988 include that the foreign country request negotiation of an FTA and that the president give the Congress a 60-legislative-day notice of intent to negotiate an FTA During the 60-legislative-day period, either committee can disapprove fast track authority by a majority vote Disapproval would likely end the possibility of FTA negotiations The 60-legislative-days can translate into five to ten months of calendar time, depending on the Congressional schedule Formal negotiations would begin following this 60-day Congressional consideration period
Where the rich play the game of money
An HTTP server from Netscape Communications FastTrack is available for Windows NT, and a Windows 95 version is in development
A type of detector circuitry, requiring computerized microprocessor controls, that automatically ground balances a detector's All Metal (non-motion) circuitry
Fast track procedures for approval of trade agreements were included by Congress in trade legislation in 1974, in 1979, and again in the 1988 Trade Act Fast track provides two guarantees essential to the successful negotiation of trade agreements: (1) a vote on implementing legislation within a fixed period of time, and (2) a vote, up or down, with no amendments to that legislation
To fast track something means to make it happen or progress faster or earlier than normal. A Federal Court case had been fast tracked to Wednesday Woodward has fast-tracked a number of youngsters into the line-up since he became coach. the fast track to something is the fastest way of achieving it
The fast track to a particular goal, especially in politics or in your career, is the quickest route to achieving it. Many Croats and Slovenes saw independence as the fast track to democracy
Procedures adopted by the U S Congress to approve trade legislation in an up or down vote, with no amendments, and within a fixed period of time
It usually takes eight weeks for an IPO to complete the offering process, which begins with the filing of the registration statement with the SEC and ends with the pricing of the IPO However, some companies are so confident that their registration statements will pass SEC review with no changes that they speed up the process by printing the preliminary prospectus immediately and beginning the road show process These IPOs are on a fast track
The next level of investing once you are out of the Rat Race Typically the orbit of Qualified Investors - those investors with a net work over $1Million and annual income over $120K a year Qualified Investors get all the opportunities that are forbidden to us Rat Race Folk by the government (SEC) They wish to protect the uninformed masses from the investments of the wealthy In an era when most people don't balance their checkbooks, understand the basics of taxes and are clueless when it comes to investments, that is probably a good thing
a flexible way to earn an associate's degree in 12 months (day classes) or 20 months (evening classes)
Accelerated NDA and review Allows surrogate endpoint
a rapid means of achieving a goal; "they saw independence as the fast track to democracy"; "he took a fast track to the top of the corporate ladder"; "the company went off the fast track when the stock market dropped
fast tracks
Third-person singular simple present indicative form of fast track
fast-track
Alternative spelling of fast track
fast-track
happening or making progress more quickly than is usual
fast track

    Türkische aussprache

    fäst träk

    Aussprache

    /ˈfast ˈtrak/ /ˈfæst ˈtræk/

    Etymologie

    [ 'fast ] (adjective.) before 12th century. Middle English, from Old English fæst; akin to Old High German festi firm, Old Norse fastr, Armenian hast.

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