on course for something/to do something

on course to (do something)

Progressing or developing as planned, scheduled, or expected toward some anticipated action. Everyone in our entire department is on course to meet their sales quotas for the year. Those two have been dating since high school, so they're definitely on course to get married.
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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.
See also: course, on, something
Collins COBUILD Idioms Dictionary, 3rd ed. © HarperCollins Publishers 2012

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.
See also: course, on, something
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