Definition of transact in English:

transact

Pronunciation: /tranˈzakt//trɑːnˈzakt//trɑːnˈsakt//tranˈsakt/

verb

[WITH OBJECT]
  • Conduct or carry out (business)

    ‘traders transact business in the public exchange’
    [no object] ‘the dealer must know the price at which he is prepared to transact’
    • ‘You couldn't actually transact business there.’
    • ‘As the situation applies, individual shipping companies do not need a licence to transact business to and from Irish ports.’
    • ‘In the past, experts have said that the only way to truly avoid the risks of currency fluctuation is to transact all international business in U.S. dollars.’
    • ‘If you are interested in transacting business with us we will be glad.’
    • ‘The programme aims to inform and advise consumers about the growing range of options for transacting their banking business enabled by new technology.’
    • ‘How would banks and building societies fare if it were not possible for customers to park within walking distance for just five minutes to transact their business?’
    • ‘This Act currently allows the trust to transact business with its parent company, which is named, and any subsidiary or company associated with its parent company.’
    • ‘The youthful enthusiasm of putting up a web site and thinking that everything else will take care of itself has given way to the realization that e-business is about transacting business.’
    • ‘Another retail outlet reported 60% of Christmas business being transacted in the last three days prior to the holiday.’
    • ‘He said the show would give attendees the opportunity to interact, share views, transact business and work towards a low carbon economy.’
    • ‘The house did not transact any other business Saturday since all the members were required to sign the membership roll and would meet again on Monday to elect a speaker and deputy speaker.’
    • ‘The Vatican is a largely Italian bureaucracy that spent centuries transacting business in parchment and wax seals.’
    • ‘The way business is transacted, government operates, and national defense is conducted have changed.’
    • ‘It happens on a daily basis, much to the distress of people who transact business there.’
    • ‘He puts it bluntly: ‘If you don't transact business, your business would be null and void.’’
    • ‘Subsequently, more organizations can transact business online without large software applications or resources, constant upgrades, and/or system overhauls.’
    • ‘This is not communism - businesses are free to transact business any way they want in a democratic society.’
    • ‘Also, there is the influence of the surrounding organizations which transact business with an organization.’
    • ‘It is suggested that Indian traders may be allowed to move only up to the nearest Bangladesh trading point where the Indian traders can transact business.’
    • ‘The daughter or daughters named on this account will have the power to write checks and transact other business, but upon your death, this account will pass under your will.’
    negotiate, conduct, carry out, do, perform, execute, enact, manage, handle, organize, take care of, prosecute, work out, thrash out, hammer out, see to, administer, operate
    settle, conclude, finish, clinch, discharge, accomplish, reach an agreement on, agree on, come to terms about, reach terms on
    sort out
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Origin

Late 16th century: from Latin transact- driven through, from the verb transigere, from trans- through + agere do, lead.

Pronunciation:

transact

/tranˈzakt//trɑːnˈzakt//trɑːnˈsakt//tranˈsakt/