arbitrable

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

Definition of arbitrable

  1. :  subject to decision by arbitration

Origin and Etymology of 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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