English translation of 'arbitrer'
Verb Table transitive verb
[match de football] to referee
[match de tennis] to umpire
2. [dispute, conflit] to arbitrate
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Example Sentences Including 'arbitrer'
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DANS LA CAPITALE, le candidat RPR va devoir arbitrer les très nombreuses rivalités locales.Le Monde (2000)
Dans certaines zones géographiques, ils ont dû également arbitrer entre le modèle BNP et le modèle Paribas.Le Monde (2000)
Une poignée de députés frontistes pourrait arbitrer des majorités mal tranchées.Le Nouvel Observateur (2002)
Voilà un exem ple de conflit de valeurs : en fonction de quelle valeur " supérieure fallait -il arbitrer ?Le Big Bang des organisations
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'arbitrer' in Other Languages
British English: judge /dʒʌdʒ/ VERB
If you judge a competition, you decide who or what is the winner.
He was asked to judge the competition.
- American English: judge
- Arabic: يَقْضِي
- Brazilian Portuguese: julgar
- Chinese: 判断
- Croatian: suditi
- Czech: posoudit
- Danish: dømme
- Dutch: beoordelen
- European Spanish: juzgar
- Finnish: tuomita arvioida
- French: arbitrer
- German: beurteilen
- Greek: κρίνω
- Italian: giudicare
- Japanese: 審査する
- Korean: 판정하다
- Norwegian: dømme
- Polish: osądzić
- European Portuguese: julgar
- Romanian: a judeca
- Russian: судить
- Spanish: juzgar
- Swedish: bedöma
- Thai: ตัดสิน
- Turkish: yargılamak
- Ukrainian: судити
- Vietnamese: phán xét
British English: arbitrate VERB
When someone in authority arbitrates between two people or groups who are in dispute, they consider all the facts and make an official decision about who is right.
He arbitrates between investors and members of the association.
British English: referee VERB
When someone referees a sports event or contest, they act as referee.
The match will be refereed by him.
He had never refereed a match.
British English: umpire VERB
To umpire means to be the umpire in a sports match or contest.
He umpired baseball games.
He umpired for school football matches.
Translation of arbitrer from the Collins French to English Dictionary
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