consummate, sell, realize, effect, carry on, carry out, accomplish, finish, carry through, achieve, fulfil, bring about, commit, actualize, buy, conclude, negotiate, bring to pass, work out, discharge, complete
act (part of speech: verb)
- Many people in our times, however, have ventured to doubt the accuracy of these records, arguing that some of the transactions therein recorded it would have been impossible to transact, that others must have totally ruined the richest of merchants, that the accounts often contradict each other, and that the system of book- keeping generally is quite unworthy of a dealer so truthful and clear- headed as Jah is affirmed to have been.
- Today I only ask you to send me your passport by return of post, so that I may transact the affair with the French minister here in case you have not yet received a definite answer from Berne. - "Correspondence of Wagner and Liszt, Volume 1", Francis Hueffer (translator).
- She informs them that 'she has concluded all the affairs she had to transact with the Cardinal of Amboise at Cambray to her satisfaction, and thanks the King of England, whose ambassadors have assisted her. - "The First Governess of the Netherlands, Margaret of Austria", Eleanor E. Tremayne.