compromis

[kom-pruh-mee]
noun, plural com·pro·mises [kom-pruh-meez] /ˈkɒm prəˌmiz/. International Law.
  1. a formal document, executed in common by nations submitting a dispute to arbitration, that defines the matter at issue, the rules of procedure and the powers of the arbitral tribunal, and the principles for determining the award.

Origin of compromis

1590–1600; < French: literally, compromise
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