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ar·bi·tra·tion

 (är′bĭ-trā′shən)
n.
The process by which the parties to a dispute submit their differences to the judgment of an impartial person or group appointed by mutual consent or statutory provision.

arbitration

(ˌɑːbɪˈtreɪʃən)
n
1. (Law) law the hearing and determination of a dispute, esp an industrial dispute, by an impartial referee selected or agreed upon by the parties concerned
2. (Law) international law the procedure laid down for the settlement of international disputes

ar•bi•tra•tion

(ˌɑr bɪˈtreɪ ʃən)

n.
the hearing and determination of a dispute or the settling of differences between parties by a person or persons chosen or agreed to by them.
[1350–1400; Middle English < Latin]
ar`bi•tra′tion•al, adj.
ar`bi•tra′tion•ist, n.

arbitration

The appointment of an impartial individual to settle a dispute, for example between unions and management.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.arbitration - (law) the hearing and determination of a dispute by an impartial referee agreed to by both parties (often used to settle disputes between labor and management)arbitration - (law) the hearing and determination of a dispute by an impartial referee agreed to by both parties (often used to settle disputes between labor and management)
mediation - a negotiation to resolve differences that is conducted by some impartial party
law, jurisprudence - the collection of rules imposed by authority; "civilization presupposes respect for the law"; "the great problem for jurisprudence to allow freedom while enforcing order"
2.arbitration - the act of deciding as an arbiterarbitration - the act of deciding as an arbiter; giving authoritative judgment; "they submitted their disagreement to arbitration"
judicial decision, judgment, judgement - (law) the determination by a court of competent jurisdiction on matters submitted to it

arbitration

noun decision, settlement, judgment, determination, adjudication, arbitrament The matter is likely to go to arbitration.
Translations
تَحْكيمتـَحْكِيم
arbitrážposudek rozhodčích
mæglingvoldgift
sovitteleminenvälitys
arbitraža
választottbírói eljárás
gerîardómur
仲介仲裁
중재
arbitragearbitratie
arbitráž
skiljeförfarande
การตัดสิน
hakem aracılığıyla çözümlemehakem kararı ile çözüm
sự phân xử

arbitration

[ˌɑːbɪˈtreɪʃən] Narbitraje m
they went to arbitrationrecurrieron al arbitraje
the question was referred to arbitrationse confió el asunto a un tribunal de arbitraje

arbitration

[ˈɑːrbɪtreɪʃən] narbitrage m
to go to arbitration → être soumis(e) à l'arbitrage
The dispute went to arbitration → Le litige a été soumis à l'arbitrage.

arbitration

nSchlichtung f; to submit a dispute to arbitrationeinen Streit vor ein Schiedsgericht or (esp Ind) → eine Schlichtungskommission bringen; to go to arbitrationvor eine Schlichtungskommission gehen; (dispute)vor eine Schlichtungskommission gebracht werden

arbitration

[ˌɑːbɪˈtreɪʃn] n (Law) → arbitrato (Industry) → arbitraggio
the dispute went to arbitration → la controversia è stata sottoposta ad arbitrato

arbitrate

(ˈaːbitreit) verb
to act as an arbitrator in a dispute etc. He has been asked to arbitrate in the dispute between the workers and management.
ˌarbiˈtration noun
the making of a decision by an arbitrator. The dispute has gone / was taken to arbitration.
ˈarbitrator noun
a person who makes a judgement in a dispute etc.

arbitration

تـَحْكِيم arbitráž mægling Schiedsverfahren διαιτησία arbitraje välitys arbitrage arbitraža arbitrato 仲裁 중재 arbitrage mekling arbitraż arbitragem арбитраж skiljeförfarande การตัดสิน hakem aracılığıyla çözümleme sự phân xử 仲裁
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My task was a very hard one; but, as I was absolutely resolved--as my cousins saw at length that my mind was really and immutably fixed on making a just division of the property--as they must in their own hearts have felt the equity of the intention; and must, besides, have been innately conscious that in my place they would have done precisely what I wished to do--they yielded at length so far as to consent to put the affair to arbitration.
I then insisted on the matter being submitted to arbitration, and demanded fifteen hundred pounds as the full exchange value of the picture.
In the end they, as officers of justice, settled the question by arbitration in such a manner that both sides were, if not perfectly contented, at least to some extent satisfied; for they changed the pack-saddles, but not the girths or head-stalls; and as to Mambrino's helmet, the curate, under the rose and without Don Quixote's knowing it, paid eight reals for the basin, and the barber executed a full receipt and engagement to make no further demand then or thenceforth for evermore, amen.
Before I am triumphantly cleared before a court, there is another arbitration this gentleman owes me as a gentleman, and in referring him to my seconds I am strictly--"
Now when any matter is brought to arbitration, it is customary for many persons to confer together upon the business that is before them; but when a cause is brought before judges it is not so; and many legislators take care that the judges shall not have it in their power to communicate their sentiments to each other.
Hawley in consequence took an opportunity of seeing Caleb, calling at his office to ask whether he had time to undertake an arbitration if it were required, and then asking him incidentally about Raffles.
We turned for comfort towards our fellow sinners, America, and we prattled about conventions and arbitration, and hundred other silly abstractions.
When you return to Cadogan Square, or, at least, this evening, you will receive a communication from the Prime Minister, inviting you to become one of the International Board of Arbitration on the Alaskan question.
This economy enabled him to buy a satisfactory decision when the cause of the quarrel was submitted to arbitration.
It was as if the Old-World barbarism and the New-World civilization had reconciled their differences by the arbitration of an impartial decay--as is the way of civilizations.
Old man Denny read on about the arbitration agreement, with one finger on the lines.
Mais pardon, il est un petit peu toque; he maintains, for instance, that district councils and arbitration boards are all of no use, and he is unwilling to take part in anything.