[ ahr-bi-trey-ter ]
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  1. a person chosen to decide a dispute or settle differences, especially one formally empowered to examine the facts and decide the issue.

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Origin of arbitrator

First recorded in 1400–50; late Middle English arbitratour, from Late Latin, from Latin arbitrātor; equivalent to arbitrate + -tor

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