9 Grammatical Pitfalls
a grocery store checkout for consumers buying only a few items
: its glittery fast-lane image/ New York's fast-track, high-yield high culturenoun phrase
A pace and quality of life emphasizing quick success against strong competition, along with the trappings of wealth and style: amazing woman, lives on a fast lane/ Jean Piaget started academic life on a fast track/ certainly influenced the 1960s expression ''life in the fast lane''
[1960s+; fr the left-hand or fast lane of a superhighway, which slower drivers enter at their risk, and a horse-racing track in good, dry condition]