English translation of 'arbitrar'
Verb Table transitive verb
1. [disputa] to arbitrate in
(Tennis) to umpire
(Boxing, Football) to referee
[recursos] to bring together
[fondos] to raise
Verb Table intransitive verbSee also arbitrarse
1. (= actuar como árbitro) to arbitrate
(Sport) to umpire ⧫ referee
arbitrar en una disputa to arbitrate in a dispute
arbitrar entre A y B to arbitrate between A and B
2. (Philosophy) to act freely ⧫ judge freely
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El día 16 viajará con Díaz Vega hasta Estambul para arbitrar el partido entre el Fenerbahce y el Manchester United.El Mundo del Siglo Veintiuno (1996)
En estos casos, y en otros más que no es difícil arbitrar , la moralidad poco tiene que decir contra un uso libre y ocasional del voto.El Mundo del Siglo Veintiuno (1994)
Le contesto que yo no puedo arbitrar una solución, y que me limito a exponer los peligros del caso.Memorias políticas y de guerra. Vol 1
Sería muy difícil arbitrar medidas que previeran estos supuestos excepcionales?El Mundo del Siglo Veintiuno (1994)
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'arbitrar' in Other Languages
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.
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