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    virus99 is offline Member
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    Default Difference: transact-implement

    Hi there!

    Is there any difference between those two verbs (to transact; to implement)?

    Thanks a lot in advance!

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    Default Re: Difference: transact-implement

    There's no need for embarrassment, virus.

    Just look up the dictionary definitions and ask again if there's anything you still don't understand.

    You can also enter the words separately in the search box of http://fraze.it/ to see plenty of examples of their use in context.



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    Default Re: Difference: transact-implement

    Thanks, would you use transact outside of business language?

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    Default Re: Difference: transact-implement

    I'd probably not use the verb transact at all.

    The noun transaction is far more common, and I'd only use this in business contexts.

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