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synonyms for transact

  • accomplish
  • buy
  • clinch
  • close
  • conclude
  • conduct
  • discharge
  • do
  • effectuate
  • enact
  • execute
  • finish
  • handle
  • jell
  • manage
  • move
  • negotiate
  • operate
  • perform
  • prosecute
  • sell
  • settle
  • TCB
  • button down
  • button up
  • carry on
  • pull off
  • run with the ball
  • see to
  • sew up
  • take care of
  • work out a deal
  • wrap up
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antonyms for transact

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  • abandon
  • bear
  • begin
  • commence
  • create
  • disregard
  • fail
  • halt
  • introduce
  • keep
  • leave
  • mismanage
  • miss
  • neglect
  • prevent
  • remain
  • start
  • stay
  • stop
  • unsettle
  • deny
  • refuse
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How to use transact in a sentence

Merchandising proprietary audience segments, custom segmentation — and even standard segments via agency trading desks and DSPs — matches how brands want to transact, three decades into the digital advertising revolution.
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So it’s allowing us to expand our customer base by being relevant in the way that they’re looking to discover and ultimately transact.
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Over the past week, the Treasury Department has proposed a rule that would require banks and exchanges like Coinbase to verify the identity of so-called unhosted devices and software wallets that can transact in Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies.
RIPPLE SAYS IT WILL BE SUED BY THE SEC, IN WHAT THE COMPANY CALLS A PARTING SHOT AT THE CRYPTO INDUSTRYJEFFDECEMBER 22, 2020FORTUNE
The new app is redesigned around “relationships,” meaning it puts the friends and businesses people transact with most frequently front and center.
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The way we transact with each other and conduct business has changed a lot in the last 10 years.
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Of those surveyed, 71 percent said they had already started planning for a future without cookies, and 100 percent said transacting on first-party data will play an important role in building their post-cookies strategies.
PUBLISHERS MUST STRENGTHEN THEIR RELATIONSHIPS WITH BRANDS AND CUSTOMERSLIVERAMPOCTOBER 29, 2020DIGIDAY
No one is allowed to transact with sanctioned entities, the Treasury Department warned Thursday in an advisory.
RANSOMWARE VICTIMS FIND THEMSELVES BETWEEN A ROCK AND A HARD PLACERHHACKETTFORTUNEOCTOBER 2, 2020FORTUNE
A call therefore to transact any business that may be legally presented is not sufficient.
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It is only to transact some higher business that even Apollo dare play the truant from Admetus.
THE POCKET R.L.S.ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON
The difficulty of the end is the mass of matter to be attended to, and the small time left to transact it in.
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WORDS RELATED TO TRANSACT

  • agree
  • arrange
  • barter
  • buy
  • compromise
  • confer
  • contract
  • covenant
  • deal
  • dicker
  • do business
  • haggle
  • make terms
  • palter
  • promise
  • sell
  • stipulate
  • trade
  • traffic
  • transact
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