Definition of Arbitrate. Meaning of Arbitrate. Synonyms of Arbitrate

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Definition of Arbitrate

Arbitrate
Arbitrate Ar"bi*trate, v. t. [imp. & p. p. Arbitrated; p. pr. & vb. n. Arbitrating.] [L. arbitratus, p. p. of arbitrari to be a hearer or beholder of something, to make a decision, to give judgment, fr. arbiter. See Arbiter.] 1. To hear and decide, as arbitrators; as, to choose to arbitrate a disputed case. 2. To decide, or determine generally. --South. There shall your swords and lances arbitrate The swelling difference of your settled hate. --Shak.
Arbitrate
Arbitrate Ar"bi*trate, v. i. 1. To decide; to determine. --Shak. 2. To act as arbitrator or judge; as, to arbitrate upon several reports; to arbitrate in disputes among neighbors; to arbitrate between parties to a suit.

Meaning of Arbitrate from wikipedia

- matters were not arbitrable in the United States. Matters relating to crimes, status and family law are generally not considered to be arbitrable, as the power...
- The arbitrated loop, also known as FC-AL, is a Fibre Channel topology in which devices are connected in a one-way loop fashion in a ring topology. Historically...
- 1286 broke the succession line of Scotland's kings. Edward I of England arbitrated between various claimants for the Scottish crown. In return for surrendering...
- simplest topology, with limited connectivity. The bandwidth is dedicated. Arbitrated loop (see FC-AL-2). In this design, all devices are in a loop or ring...
- disk drives, printers, and other devices. Moreover, the kernel should arbitrate access to a device if two processes request it at the same time. The kernel...
- withholding of his paper prepared for the occasion, his readiness to arbitrate, his golden silence in addressing Congress, his shrewdness in recognizing...
- seaborgium (106) in honour of Seaborg. The TWG's criteria were used to arbitrate later element discovery claims from LBNL and JINR, as well as from research...
- ****ertion that his firing was for cause and filed a notice of intent to arbitrate s****ing the guaranteed money that was owed to him on his contract as well...
- decisive victory, and instead appealed to Louis IX of France in 1263–1264 to arbitrate on their proposed reforms. The reformist barons argued their case based...
- An adjudicator is someone who presides, judges, and arbitrates during a formal dispute or competition. They have numerous purposes, including preliminary...