Izborni ili izbrani sud; suđenje izbornim sudom; presuda izbornog suda, trg. deviznovalutna radnja po kojoj se vrši razmena jedne valute za drugu valutu, a po utvrđenom kursu za obe takve valute; pol. radnja kojom zavađene države rešavaju spor pomoću komisije u kojoj su pored predstavnika zavađenih strana i delegati neutralnih strana.
ETYM French, from arbiter to give judgment, Latin arbitrari.
A kind of hedged investment meant to capture slight differences in price; when there is a difference in the price of something on two markets, the arbitrageur simultaneously buys at the lower price and sells at the higher price.
Commerce, simultaneously buying stock, etc., in cheaper market and selling in dearer.
ETYM French arbitration, Latin arbitratio, from arbitrari.
The act of deciding as an arbiter; giving authoritative judgment; SYN. arbitrament, arbitrement.
Submission of a dispute to a third, unbiased party for settlement. It may be personal litigation, a labor-union issue, or an international dispute.
The first permanent international court was established in The Hague in the Netherlands 1900, and the League of Nations set up an additional Permanent Court of International Justice 1921 to deal with frontier disputes and the like. The latter was replaced 1945 with the International Court of Justice under the United Nations. Another arbiter is the European Court of Justice, which rules on disputes arising out of the Rome treaties regulating the European Union.
Sinonimi: via media
ETYM French compromis, from Latin compromissum a mutual promise to abide by the decision of an arbiter, from compromittere to make such a promise; com- + promittere to promise. Related to Promise.
1. A middle way between two extremes; SYN. via media.
2. An accommodation in which both sides make concessions.