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arbitral

[ahr-bi-truh l]
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adjective
  1. pertaining to an arbiter or to arbitration.
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Origin of arbitral

1600–10; (< Old French) < Late Latin arbitrālis. See arbiter, -al1
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Examples from the Web for arbitral

Historical Examples

  • The values involved in American arbitral proceedings have been enormous.

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  • Arbitral tribunals may have to deal with questions either of law or fact, or of both combined.

  • Arbitral tribunals are created to decide points in dispute, not philosophies of human action.

    The Armies of Labor

    Samuel P. Orth

  • These quarrels regarding the claims of rival unions reveal the weakness of the Federation as an arbitral body.

    The Armies of Labor

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  • This step was hailed by the public as going a long way towards the settlement of labor disputes by arbitral boards.

    The Armies of Labor

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British Dictionary definitions for arbitral

arbitral

adjective
  1. of or relating to arbitration
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