Peract Per*act", v. t. [L. peractus, p. p. of peragere.] To go through with; to perform. [Obs.] --Sylvester. [1913 Webster]

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  • peract — per·act …   English syllables

  • peract — pəˈrakt transitive verb ( ed/ ing/ s) Etymology: Latin peractus, past participle of peragere, from per , prefix denoting completion or perfection + agere to drive, act, do more at per , agent archaic : perform, accomplish …   Useful english dictionary

  • Peract. op. emet. — peracta operatione emeti(emetica), when the operation of the emetic is finished …  

  • MINISTER — I. MINISTER Superioris in Ordine Maturinorum nomen est, in Ecclesia Roman. Richelietus. Vide quoque infra in voce Ministri. II. MINISTER in Ecclesia dicitur, homo selectus iure speciali sacra mysteria dispensans. 1. Cor. c. 4. v. 1. Sic de nobis… …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

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