Translation of arbitrate in Spanish:


arbitrar (en), v.

Pronunciation /ˈɑrbəˌtreɪt/ /ˈɑːbɪtreɪt/

See Spanish definition of arbitrar

transitive verb

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    (dispute) arbitrar (en)
    (dispute) actuar como mediador en
    (dispute) actuar como amigable componedor en
    • In Britain judges arbitrated on the fate of the convicted during the trial and used their powers of mercy to demonstrate the majesty of the law to a wider populace.
    • It states that you do not arbitrate but, rather, the public does.
    • 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.
    • The court was given extensive powers to prevent strikes, arbitrate and enforce settlement of industrial disputes.
    • Firstly he legislated to restrict the Commission's power to arbitrate and, in doing so, its capacity to conciliate.
    • In such a case, legislation would be sent to the Expediency Council - another conservative body that arbitrates between the Parliament and the Guardian Council - for a final decision.
    • Who decides, who arbitrates, whether what was said or done was right?
    • The contesting parties choose the judges who will arbitrate, choose which issues and legal principles are to apply and also decide whether the public has any access to the proceedings.
    • Sometimes I am called upon to arbitrate in disputes between members and the House.
    • Well, we know that the Workplace Relations Act explicitly excludes ‘training’ as a matter upon which the commission may arbitrate.
    • Pending the establishment of judicial procedures to hear labor and administrative disputes, the regulation says the commission can arbitrate in such cases.
    • It further said the code of conduct ensured that an aggrieved party could go to the ombudsman who would arbitrate.
    • The Commission is empowered to arbitrate on the issues contained in the matter.
    • The Commission for Conciliation, Mediation and Arbitration has been called in to arbitrate on the dispute.
    • 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.
    • He warned the council in an address yesterday afternoon not to attempt to arbitrate on the matter as it was only the courts that could interpret the law.
    • On his journey north to arbitrate in this dispute, Henry had a remarkable and memorable encounter.
    • The result has been a huge number of cases, with resulting financial benefits for the four companies allowed to arbitrate in such disputes.
    • In 1679 the Royal Society sent Halley to Danzig to arbitrate in a dispute between Hooke and Hevelius.
    • Senior monks serve as guidance counsellors, and advise and arbitrate in local disputes.

intransitive verb

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