Grammar Patterns

on N

The 'track' group

These nouns are concerned with success or the likelihood of success.
He now believes he is firmly on the road to victory.
While the construction completions were on target, it appeared that the necessary sales were unlikely to occur.
The British economy is coming back on track.
  • on course (for/to ...)
  • on target (for ...)
  • on track (for/to ...)
  • on the road to ...
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