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relating to authority granted to the President of the United States by Congress that allows the President to negotiate trade agreements that Congress must confirm or reject in their entirety
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1. A course leading to rapid advancement or change, as in a career: "Making complaints against the public is hardly the fast track to elective office" (New Yorker).
2. A course that leads to early consideration or review: The board put the proposal on the fast track.
fast′-track′ adj. & v.
fast track′er n.
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denoting the quickest or most direct route or system: fast-track executives; a fast-track procedure for libel claims.
(tr) to speed up the progress of (a project or person)
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