- adj. Of, pertaining to or involving transactions
“So he engages in what he calls transactional creation, whereby people freely exchange ideas and images that cross-pollinate and result in works that are in effect time-release collaborations.”
“First is what we saw a pickup in what we call the transactional business.”
“I think the idea is that not everyone who engages in transactional sex would recognize themselves as being prostituted of course they wouldn’t recognize the term transactional sex either, but at least they would be less resistant to being identified as someone who engages in it.”
“Unless we fire up that browser and discover that the Dabby Group does real estate appraisals — something that also benefits from increase in transactional volume, if not necessarily as directly from increases in prices.”
“The high-counter old teller stations and staff who are versed in transactional banking, won't work in the BANK 2.0 world.”
“None of the justices have significant experience as defense attorneys or in transactional work.”
“You will devise short-term transactional behaviors to lower the risk of exposure to others, and to help you do unto others before they do unto you.”
“It's a way of thinking about business a mode of leadership and behavior that aims to create lasting value as opposed to piling up short-term transactional wins.”
“Section 2709 allows the FBI to order ISPs to disclose certain transactional information about their subscribers in terrorism investigations.”
“It needs to fixed by building enduring relationships with opposing leaders in Washington through time and much effort, and moving away from short-term transactional relationships that President Obama and President Bush fell in the trap of doing.”
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