English version

be on track

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbe on trackbe on trackspokenPROBABLY to be likely to achieve the result you want We’re still on track for 10% growth. track
Examples from the Corpus
be on trackThe good news was that chief executive Crispin Davis insisted the company was on track to meet targets for 2002.Soon, he was drinking too much, his marriage was on track for divorce and he remained addicted to television.Five months after its opening, the operators of the hospital say those plans are on track, if incomplete.S.-sponsored Middle East peace process appeared to be on track.Gen Larry G.. Smith, who was on track to become the deputy inspector general of the Army.Whenever you hear one of these figures you are on track, so make sure then that your heading is correct.