Adjective "arbitrated" definition and examples

(Arbitrated may not be an adjective, but it can be used as an adjective, click here to find out.)

Pronunciation

/ˈɑːbɪtreɪt/

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Definitions and examples

verb

(of an independent person or body) reach an authoritative judgement or settlement.
  1. with object 'the insurance ombudsman arbitrates insurance matters'
  2. 'As he grew up, he became known for his truthfulness, generosity and sincerity, so that he was sought after for his ability to arbitrate in disputes.'
  3. 'The Commission for Conciliation, Mediation and Arbitration has been called in to arbitrate on the dispute.'
  4. 'It states that you do not arbitrate but, rather, the public does.'
  5. 'It further said the code of conduct ensured that an aggrieved party could go to the ombudsman who would arbitrate.'
  6. 'Well, we know that the Workplace Relations Act explicitly excludes ‘training’ as a matter upon which the commission may arbitrate.'
  7. 'Firstly he legislated to restrict the Commission's power to arbitrate and, in doing so, its capacity to conciliate.'
  8. 'In 1679 the Royal Society sent Halley to Danzig to arbitrate in a dispute between Hooke and Hevelius.'
  9. 'The rational behind Weber is that were parties have a collective agreement and an arbitration provision, they should arbitrate their disputes and not utilize the court process.'
  10. 'Pending the establishment of judicial procedures to hear labor and administrative disputes, the regulation says the commission can arbitrate in such cases.'
  11. 'On his journey north to arbitrate in this dispute, Henry had a remarkable and memorable encounter.'

More definitions

1. to decide as arbitrator or arbiter; determine.

2. to submit to arbitration; settle by arbitration: to arbitrate a dispute. verb (used without object), arbitrated, arbitrating.

3. to act as arbitrator or arbiter; decide between opposing or contending parties or sides.

4. to submit a matter to arbitration.

More examples(as adjective)

"talks can be arbitrated."

"claims can be arbitrated."

"settlements can be arbitrated."

"safety nets can be arbitrated."

"rulings can be arbitrated."

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Origin

(arbitrate)Mid 16th century: from Latin arbitrat- ‘judged’, from arbitrari, from arbiter ‘judge, supreme ruler’.