Definition of transactional in English:

transactional

Pronunciation /tranˈzakʃ(ə)n(ə)l//trɑːnˈzakʃ(ə)n(ə)l/

adjective

  • 1Relating to the conducting of business, especially buying or selling.

    ‘access to transactional data such as records of purchases’
    ‘a purely transactional relationship’
    • ‘Software scans reams of transactional data, looking for anomalies.’
    • ‘Organizations must extend their view of cost reduction beyond isolated transactional decisions.’
    • ‘You can build a transactional website in a matter of weeks.’
    • ‘The transactional costs of moving home are significant.’
    • ‘Some firms charge a monthly fee, while others charge transactional fees.’
    1. 1.1 Relating to exchange or interaction between people.
      ‘transactional models of social evolution’
      • ‘Managers need to display transactional skills to do with planning, organizing, monitoring and supervising.’
      • ‘The new deal is a much more transactional relationship whereby each party weighs up the opportunities and costs of being in the relationship.’
      • ‘If your relationships with people are emotional, rather than transactional, then people will be more likely to visit you when the economy slows down.’
      • ‘He was slow to acquire the transactional skills that a conductor needs to make headway the orchestra.’
      • ‘He views the ideal leadership style as transactional.’

Pronunciation

transactional

/tranˈzakʃ(ə)n(ə)l//trɑːnˈzakʃ(ə)n(ə)l/