Translation of adjudicate in Spanish:


arbitrar, v.

Pronunciation /əˈdʒudəˌkeɪt/ /əˈdʒuːdɪkeɪt/

intransitive verb

  • 1

    (give judgment)
    • The GTC registers all qualified teachers working in state schools and holds disciplinary hearings and adjudicates on matters of conduct and professional incompetence.
    • A case tribunal which adjudicates on any matter must decide whether or not any person has failed to comply with the code of conduct of the relevant authority concerned.
    • If Merricks adjudicates on such a case and finds against the company, provided the policyholder is happy with the outcome, the firm must pay the compensation ordered, up to £100,000.
    • People who believe they have shares tied up in the company will have to wait until High Court-appointed liquidator Tom Grace adjudicates on their claims.
    • How could a court ever adjudicate between a legislature's claim that a particular exercise of liberty is ‘immoral’ and a defendant's contrary claim that it is not?
    • However, Ms Irvine warned that it was too easy for the Commission to believe ‘its foremost function is to adjudicate between a complainant and respondent.’
    • The report said the remainder of claims relate to electronically held stock and the fate of these claims cannot be resolved until the High Court adjudicates on applications made by the company director.
    • However, it remains to be seen whether the Taxing Master, who adjudicates on legal costs, would approve a bill this size.
    • Where it considers it appropriate, the court may dismiss the claim or take any shortcomings into account when it adjudicates on the issue of costs.
    • The Supreme Court in America adjudicates on acts passed through the political system by Congress and President.
    • The board is currently adjudicating on 300 formal complaints made against landlords and tenants.
    • In this case as in most planning applications, the board was always going to adjudicate on the matter,’ he stressed.
    • ‘No court in the world has the right, moral or legal, to adjudicate on a matter of conscience.’
    • The important point is that the High Court in London will adjudicate on this matter.
    • The committee will adjudicate on the matters at issue.
    • For one thing, a judge of the Allahabad High Court wanted to use archaeology as a means to adjudicate upon a dispute concerning property rights.
    • By the time the panel of academics who adjudicate on such matters in the States have had their final say on the matter, the world will be preoccupied with other things.
    • Their decision is final but they cannot adjudicate in matters relating to any authority for which they have worked during the past ten years.
    • She said these were the State agencies with the necessary expertise required to adjudicate on these matters.
    • One of your gripes is the length of time they take to adjudicate on disciplinary matters.
  • 2

    to adjudicate on sth

transitive verb

  • 1

    (dispute) arbitrar
    (competition) juzgar
    (claim) decidir sobre
    to adjudicate sb bankrupt declarar a algn en quiebra
    • This involves training judges to adjudicate at aerobatic competitions as well as working with pilots to perfect their displays.
    • She frequently adjudicates local and regional competitions and National Guild of Piano Teachers auditions.
    • But domestically, she hopes to see Namibian judges adjudicating at competitions such as the Gecko Award, an award given for exceptional advertising and promotion in the communications industry.
    • Judges are ranked by the level of competition they adjudicate: amateurs, pros, national, or international championships.
    • He has produced and presented television and radio programmes about music, adjudicated at many music competitions and festivals, and is a former chairman of the Copyright Organisation of Trinidad and Tobago.
    • The competition organisers would like to extend a sincere thank you to the judges who adjudicated all the entries.
    • The show's three judges will not adjudicate at these initial auditions but will do so for the estimated 80 shortlisted artists that make it through to the second round auditions at Garter Lane the following day.
    • Those judging artistic impression look for creativity and flair in the routine and, rather than breaking down performance as the technical judges do, they adjudicate on the overall feel.
    • He is also regularly invited to adjudicate at choral competitions including the 2002 Sainsbury's Choir of the Year Competition.
    • Local children who competed had their posters adjudicated on at the recent Charleville Agricultural Show.
    • Ms. Fitzpatrick herself gave mention to Mr. Dalton and thanked all the judges for their help in adjudicating the competition.
    • His involvement in music has been far and wide and includes teaching and adjudicating at festivals and young musicians' competitions as well as working as a university examiner.
    • John Hughes told a parent after the competition that in all his years adjudicating he has never awarded full marks before.
    • All referees adjudicating at the international level have many years of experience, and those referees adjudicating at FIFA tournaments are regularly assessed on their performances.
    • The Best Traditional Dress / Costume competition was adjudicated in the early afternoon and the winner of the Children's section was Naomi Tully, Garrafrauns.
    • The competition which was adjudicated by the Guild of Food Writers saw Dun Luain win the awards for their range of poultry products manufactured at their Dunlavin factory.
    • This year Bealtaine has launched a short story competition which will be adjudicated by the eminent writer and editor David Marcus.
    • He said while there was a carnival atmosphere in the showgrounds there was also some very serious competitions to be adjudicated on.
    • Five independent judges will adjudicate the event.
    • Some of the Constitutional Court judges themselves took part in adjudicating the competing entries.