TRANSACTION
. s. f.
(On prononce Tranzaction. ) Acte par lequel on transige sur un différend, sur un procès, etc. Passer une transaction. Faire homologuer une transaction. Le troisième article de la transaction porte que... Transaction sous seing privé. Transaction par-devant notaire. Transaction sur procès.   Il se dit, dans un sens plus étendu, Des actes, des conventions, des accords, des relations d'intérêt entre les hommes, soit dans le commerce, soit dans la vie ordinaire. Les transactions commerciales. Les transactions de la vie civile.   Quelques académies étrangères ont donné le nom de Transactions au Recueil de leurs mémoires, de leurs travaux. Les Transactions philosophiques de la Société royale de Londres.

L'Academie francaise. 1835.

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