on track


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on track

Progressing or developing as planned, scheduled, or expected. Everyone in our entire department is on track to meet their sales quotas for the year. The project was on track before the boss up and quit, but who knows when we'll get it finished now!
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*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.
See also: on, track
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Economic conditions are challenging and uncertain, but the actions we are taking to control costs and profitably grow our core dealer business are on track and helping us navigate the current environment," said Dale F.