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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


Short "hint"

To listen to both sides of an argument in order to make a fair decision.

Usage examples (40)
  • The judge knew how to arbitrate.
  • If that is continued a few more years, then all, strong as well as weak, will be glad to "arbitrate" if we ask them to.
  • "You'd better arbitrate," he suggested with a smile.
  • France agreeing to arbitrate all disputed questions. for more
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