transact[tran zakt′, -sakt′]
Origin: from Classical Latin transactus, past participle of transigere, to drive through, settle from trans- plush agere, to drive: see trans- and amp; act
- transactor noun
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verb trans·act·ed, trans·act·ing, trans·acts verb, transitive
Origin: Latin trānsigere, trānsāct- : trāns-, trans- + agere, to drive, do; see ag- in Indo-European roots.
- trans·acˈtor noun
transact - Computer Definition
An earlier e-commerce system for the Web from Open Market that included order capture and secure order fulfillment using credit cards, ecash and other payment systems. It included customer service and subscription administration capabilities as well as an integrated database for reporting and analysis. See Open Market.
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