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on course

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishon courseon courselikely to achieve something because you have already had some successon course for If he wins today, he’s on course for the Grand Slam.on course to do something We’re back on course to qualify for the championship. course
Examples from the Corpus
back on courseThe end of a lean spell for Wilkinson has put Boro back on course for the all-important second spot.Has he gone too far out of bounds to get back on course?However, an inexperienced interviewer may find it difficult to get back on course again.As Lambert laboured to get back on course another blast flung him lopsided.Matters are put right and the rocket is put back on course for the target.Their relationship was right back on course.
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