on track(redirected from keep someone or something on track)
on schedule; progressing as planned. (*Typically: be ~; get someone or something ~; have someone or something ~; keep someone or something ~; put someone or something ~; set someone or something ~.) Try to keep these procedures on track this time. Please get this discussion on track. Time is limited.
developing or making progress as expected His recovery from the accident is right on track and he should be back at work in about three weeks. He's on track to become the world heavyweight boxing champion.
Usage notes: often used in the form back on track: We're behind schedule on this job, so we need to get back on track right after the holidays.
if an activity or a situation is on track, it is making progress and is likely to achieve something (often + to do sth) A fighter from Edinburgh is on track to become the world heavyweight boxing champion. If the peace talks remain on track, an agreement can be expected by the end of the month.See keep track