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consummate (KAHN suh mayt") (verb), consummates; consummated; consummating
1. To conclude or to bring to completion: Sam was able to consummate a profitable business transaction with the head of the company.

Jed consummated a business transaction with the bank for the money he needed to start his automobile dealership.

2. To achieve or to fulfill: Sharon's dream was finally consummated with the publication of her first book.
3. Etymology: from Latin consummatus; from consummare, "to sum up, to make up, to complete"; from con-, "intensive" + summa, "highest degree, total".
To bring to a finish and to accomplish.
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To bring to completion; to achieve or to realize; to fulfill. (1)