transitive verb per·act \pəˈrakt\

Definition of peract



  1. :  perform, accomplish

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Origin and Etymology of peract

Latin peractus, past participle of peragere, from per-, prefix denoting completion or perfection + agere to drive, act, do — more at per-, agent

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