Definition of slow track in English:

slow track


  • A route or method which results in slow progress.

    ‘is your career on the slow track?’
    • ‘A theme park, Asia's tallest building and a massive tourism and entertainment complex on an island at the mouth of the Yangtze River are all reported to have been put on the slow track or halted.’
    • ‘One problem with an administration trying to sort of put foreign policy on the slow track is foreign policy is something, as someone once said, not that you do, but it gets done to you.’
    • ‘The company's efforts to search China's offshore waters for oil and gas reserves seem to be on a slow track as well.’
    • ‘While general media are on a slow track down, especially trade publications are doing very well.’
    • ‘I would hate to see what the Government would consider to be putting something on the slow track, if that is an example of ‘urgency’.’


slow track

/ˈslō ˌtrak/ /ˈsloʊ ˌtræk/