Meaning of transactor in English:

transactor

noun

See transact

‘Only an eighth of the transactors are in the public service: their numbers have been growing slightly more slowly than those in the private sector.’
  • ‘The technology itself transforms behavior, he says: ‘They're the most active searchers, the most fervid transactors, the most sold on the Internet overall.’’
  • ‘The ancestors too are transactors in these ‘complex forms of interrelationship extending back through time’.’
  • ‘Any exchange of gifts gave rise to the establishment of long-term relations between the transactors, such as patronage and various forms of public and private benefaction.’
  • ‘Better information improves markets by permitting transactors to make more informed choices.’

Pronunciation

transactor

/trɑːnˈzaktə/ /tranˈzaktə/