arbitrable

adjective
ar·​bi·​tra·​ble | \ˈär-bə-trə-bəl, är-ˈbi- \

Definition of arbitrable 

: subject to decision by arbitration

First Known Use of arbitrable

1531, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for arbitrable

borrowed from Medieval Latin arbitrābilis, from Latin arbitrārī "to consider, judge, decide" (verbal derivative of arbitr-, arbiter "onlooker, arbiter") + -bilis "capable of (acting or being acted upon)" — more at -able

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