Arbitrate in a sentence

use Arbitrate in a sentence


[verb] Act between parties to settle a disagreement;

The arbitrated decision will be binding on both parties.

In the United States, these matters are usually contractual issues that are arbitrated by nonstate officials when disputes arise.

In June 1913 the Russian government bungled an attempt to arbitrate the Bulgarian-Serbian dispute.

National disagreements can be, and should be, arbitrated wisely, fairly; and fully settled.

The management committee will arbitrate in the case of a failure to implement an agreed interface.

The system allowed the pictures to be arbitrated before they became public.

Disputes will be arbitrated by the module organisers.

The court arbitrates in disputes.