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ar·bi·trate

 (är′bĭ-trāt′)
v. ar·bi·trat·ed, ar·bi·trat·ing, ar·bi·trates
v.tr.
1. To judge or decide in or as in the manner of an arbitrator: arbitrate a dispute between neighbors.
2. To submit to settlement or judgment by arbitration: Management and labor agreed to arbitrate their remaining differences.
v.intr.
1. To serve as an arbitrator or arbiter.
2. To submit a dispute to arbitration.

[Latin arbitrārī, arbitrāt-, to give judgment, from arbiter, arbitr-, arbiter; see arbiter.]

ar′bi·tra′tive (-trā′tĭv) adj.
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arbitrate

(ˈɑːbɪˌtreɪt)
vb
1. (Law) to settle or decide (a dispute); achieve a settlement between parties
2. (Law) to submit to or settle by arbitration
[C16: from Latin arbitrāri to give judgment; see arbiter]
ˈarbitrable adj
ˈarbiˌtrator n
ˈarbiˌtratrix fem n
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ar•bi•trate

(ˈɑr bɪˌtreɪt)

v. -trat•ed, -trat•ing. v.t.
1. to decide as arbitrator or arbiter.
2. to submit to arbitration; settle by arbitration.
v.i.
3. to act as arbitrator or arbiter; decide between opposing or contending parties or sides.
4. to submit a matter to arbitration.
[1580–90; < Latin arbitrātus]
ar′bi•tra`tive, adj.
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arbitrate

- Can mean "give an authoritative decision" (from Latin arbiter, "judge").
See also related terms for judge.
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arbitrate


Past participle: arbitrated
Gerund: arbitrating

Imperative
arbitrate
arbitrate
Present
I arbitrate
you arbitrate
he/she/it arbitrates
we arbitrate
you arbitrate
they arbitrate
Preterite
I arbitrated
you arbitrated
he/she/it arbitrated
we arbitrated
you arbitrated
they arbitrated
Present Continuous
I am arbitrating
you are arbitrating
he/she/it is arbitrating
we are arbitrating
you are arbitrating
they are arbitrating
Present Perfect
I have arbitrated
you have arbitrated
he/she/it has arbitrated
we have arbitrated
you have arbitrated
they have arbitrated
Past Continuous
I was arbitrating
you were arbitrating
he/she/it was arbitrating
we were arbitrating
you were arbitrating
they were arbitrating
Past Perfect
I had arbitrated
you had arbitrated
he/she/it had arbitrated
we had arbitrated
you had arbitrated
they had arbitrated
Future
I will arbitrate
you will arbitrate
he/she/it will arbitrate
we will arbitrate
you will arbitrate
they will arbitrate
Future Perfect
I will have arbitrated
you will have arbitrated
he/she/it will have arbitrated
we will have arbitrated
you will have arbitrated
they will have arbitrated
Future Continuous
I will be arbitrating
you will be arbitrating
he/she/it will be arbitrating
we will be arbitrating
you will be arbitrating
they will be arbitrating
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been arbitrating
you have been arbitrating
he/she/it has been arbitrating
we have been arbitrating
you have been arbitrating
they have been arbitrating
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been arbitrating
you will have been arbitrating
he/she/it will have been arbitrating
we will have been arbitrating
you will have been arbitrating
they will have been arbitrating
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been arbitrating
you had been arbitrating
he/she/it had been arbitrating
we had been arbitrating
you had been arbitrating
they had been arbitrating
Conditional
I would arbitrate
you would arbitrate
he/she/it would arbitrate
we would arbitrate
you would arbitrate
they would arbitrate
Past Conditional
I would have arbitrated
you would have arbitrated
he/she/it would have arbitrated
we would have arbitrated
you would have arbitrated
they would have arbitrated
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.arbitrate - act between parties with a view to reconciling differencesarbitrate - act between parties with a view to reconciling differences; "He interceded in the family dispute"; "He mediated a settlement"
negotiate, talk terms, negociate - discuss the terms of an arrangement; "They negotiated the sale of the house"
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arbitrate

verb decide, judge, determine, settle, referee, umpire, mediate, adjudicate, adjudge, pass judgment, sit in judgment He arbitrates between investors and members of the association.
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arbitrate

verb
To make a decision about (a controversy or dispute, for example) after deliberation, as in a court of law:
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Translations
يَحْكُم بَيْن، يكون حَكَماً
rozhodnoutrozsoudit
dømmemægle
választottbíróilag eldönt
fella gerîardóm
arbitrasarbitražasbūti arbitru
būt par arbitruizskatīt šķīrējtiesā
rozsúdiť
hakemlik yapmak

arbitrate

[ˈɑːbɪtreɪt]
A. VTresolver, juzgar
B. VIarbitrar, mediar (between entre)
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arbitrate

[ˈɑːrbɪtreɪt] viarbitrer, trancher
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arbitrate

vt disputeschlichten
vi
(in dispute) → vermitteln
(= go to arbitration)vor eine Schlichtungskommission gehen
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arbitrate

[ˈɑːbɪtreɪt] vifare da arbitro, arbitrare
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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.
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