[ ahr-bi-trah-zher ]

  1. a person who engages in arbitrage.

Origin of arbitrager

1865–70; <French arbitrageur, equivalent to arbitragearbitrage + -eur-eur
  • Also ar·bi·tra·geur [ahr-bi-trah-zhur]. /ˌɑr bɪ trɑˈʒɜr/. Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2024

How to use arbitrager in a sentence

  • As for the degree of risk to be taken in business of this kind, that is entirely at the discretion of the arbitrageur.