to decide as or ; determine.
to submit to ; settle by :
to arbitrate a dispute.
to act as or ; decide between opposing or contending parties or sides.
to submit a matter to .
The agreement also includes methods for arbitrating differences.
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But who made it so as there was no arbitrating and no justice to be got?
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As for the other Churches, they have not the same power of arbitrating in national quarrels.
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The arbitrating board consisted of three members from each of the two nations.
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The sworn classers are nominated by the directors, and concern themselves solely with the classing and arbitrating of cotton.
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But the opportunity was also taken of arbitrating old feuds and squabbles.
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to settle or decide (a dispute); achieve a settlement between parties
to submit to or settle by arbitration
1580s (arbitrable is recorded from 1530s), “to give an authoritative decision,” from Latin arbitratus, past participle of arbitrari “be of an opinion, give a decision,” from arbiter (see arbiter). Meaning “to act as an arbitrator” is from 1610s. Related: Arbitrated; arbitrating. The earlier verb form was arbitren (early 15c.).
- Arbitration bar
a bar of cast iron used as a sample for the batch to which it belongs.
the hearing and determining of a dispute or the settling of differences between parties by a person or persons chosen or agreed to by them: Rather than risk a long strike, the union and management agreed to arbitration. International Law. the application of judicial methods to the settlement of international disputes. a comedy (c300 b.c.) […]
a person chosen to decide a dispute or settle differences, especially one formally empowered to examine the facts and decide the issue. Historical Examples Arbiter elegantiarum—The arbitrator of elegances; 25 the master of the ceremonies. Dictionary of Quotations from Ancient and Modern, English and Foreign Sources James Wood He occupied all governmental offices, and was […]
. the act of ; . the decision or sentence pronounced by an arbiter. the power of absolute and final decision. Historical Examples I will not abide by the arbitrement of a Pope who has dared to affix a curse upon freedom. Harold, Complete Edward Bulwer-Lytton Expect no more Sanction of warning voice or sign […]