What does "I'll be back on track" mean?
The idiom "get back on track" is used when you are trying to get back to normal after being faced with a setback or a distraction. To "get back on track" means to get back to the right way, right direction, or the right path. Ex: The phone call distracted me from my homework. I need to get back on track! Ex: We're a little bit lost but the directions will help us get back on track.
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