Definition of arbitrator in English:

arbitrator

noun

  • An independent person or body officially appointed to settle a dispute.

    ‘the facts of the case are put to an independent arbitrator’
    • ‘He defended the role of his reader's editor, who acts as an independent arbitrator of reader complaints.’
    • ‘He's a fair, tough, but independent arbitrator and his reputation is second to none.’
    • ‘The arbitral tribunal shall be composed of three arbitrators, it being agreed that all three arbitrators shall be appointed by the Stockholm Chamber of Commerce.’
    • ‘In the event of a request for arbitration, each party shall appoint an arbitrator and the arbitrators shall appoint an umpire.’
    • ‘Management also offered to refer the matter before an independent arbitrator.’
    • ‘A government arbitrator has been appointed to help try to resolve the dispute.’
    • ‘So naturally when the arbitrators of the labour dispute committee heard the case, they couldn't help laughing either.’
    • ‘Parties can also use Information Technology professionals with training in computer security as arbitrators, rather than judges with no computer science background.’
    • ‘A forum such as the State Ombudsman, can act as the arbitrator in the event of future disputes.’
    • ‘Judges who leave the bench in any state can go into practice as private mediators or arbitrators.’
    • ‘He is calling for the appointment of an independent arbitrator to nip the dispute in the bud.’
    • ‘This body consisted of an international list of arbitrators who would mediate disputes between states.’
    • ‘It is likely that arbitrators and independent experts will remain busy for the foreseeable future.’
    • ‘If there is a dispute, the parties appoint arbitrators, contractually created judges to resolve the dispute.’
    • ‘The latter, with the possible collaboration of two further arbitrators appointed by the parties, will have the task of proposing an agreement acceptable to both parties.’
    • ‘Each party shall appoint its arbitrator and the two arbitrators shall choose an umpire before instituting the hearing.’
    • ‘We have been critics of domain dispute arbitrators since the beginning.’
    • ‘But it must throw into doubt the ability of the tribunal to be a final arbitrator of disputes.’
    • ‘It has taken weeks of negotiations by the Football Authority to appoint the arbitrators after both Wimbledon and the Football League rejected several other names put forward.’
    • ‘This act allows family disputes to be resolved outside of court by arbitrators according to their own religious and cultural beliefs.’
    adjudicator, arbiter, judge, umpire, referee, assistant referee, linesman, line judge
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Pronunciation

arbitrator

/ˈɑːbɪtreɪtə/