Proceedings in a legal or an ecclesiastical court, or minutes of such proceedings. (unknown)
The Century Dictionary (Public Domain)
Use "acta" in a sentence
"Suetonius (Caes. 20) has this account: "_Inito honore, primus omnium instituit, ut tam Senatus quam populi diurna acta conficerentur et publicarentur_," which seems naturally to imply that the people's _acta_ had been published every day before Caesar's consulship, and that he did the same thing for the _acta_ of the senate."
"However, I still need to go to the municipal tesoreria and stand in line for a few hours to pay a few pesos to buy a permission to stand in line to find out when the agente will return to certify the acta from the ministerio publico so that I can turn it over to the insurance company."
"Some of the libellatici, who forwarded to the authorities documents drawn up concerning their real or alleged sacrifices and bearing their signatures, were also called acta facientes."