transact

[tran-sakt, -zakt]
verb (used with object)
1.
to carry on or conduct (business, negotiations, activities, etc.) to a conclusion or settlement. enact, conclude, settle, manage, negotiate.
verb (used without object)
2.
to carry on or conduct business, negotiations, etc.: He was ordered to transact only with the highest authorities.

Origin:
1575–85; < Latin trānsāctus (past participle of trānsigere to carry out, accomplish), equivalent to trāns- trans- + ag(ere) to drive, lead + -tus past participle suffix

transactor, noun
pretransact, verb (used with object)
untransacted, adjective


1. See perform.
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transact (trænˈzækt)
 
vb
to do, conduct, or negotiate (business, a deal, etc)
 
[C16: from Latin trānsactus, from trānsigere, literally: to drive through, from trans- + agere to drive]
 
trans'actor
 
n

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Example sentences
Whether you visit for the food or to transact business, there is no dearth of
  local hotels situated on major routes.
At any time of the day or night customers may transact business by means of
  electronic machines.
Successful currencies are used to transact day-to-day business and lubricate
  commerce.
The company is authorized to transact business within these lines of insurance.
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