on course for something/to do something

on course for something

COMMON If you are on course for something good, you are likely to achieve it. Hungary's Krisztina Egerszegi is on course for a third gold medal at the European Championships. City experts believe the club is on course for a £5 million profit this year.
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on ˈcourse for something/to do something

likely to achieve or do something because you have already started to do it: The American economy is on course for higher inflation than Britain by the end of the year.
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