[ UK /ɐd‍ʒˈuːdɪkˌe‍ɪtɐ/ ]
  1. a person who studies and settles conflicts and disputes
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How To Use adjudicator In A Sentence

  • Use this to mount your final challenge with an independent parking adjudicator - see the addresses, right. The Sun
  • An adjudicator must be, and must be seen to be, disinterested, unbiased and impartial.
  • Their trials, officially called adjudicatory hearings, will begin Nov. 15 for Rangel and Nov. 29 for Waters. Rangel, Waters ethics trials to take place after elections
  • You may refer your complaint to an independent adjudicator.
  • This year it was his crusty and soft rolls, Chelsea buns, and large crusty cobs which caught the adjudicator's eye resulting in a cache of trophies.
  • Which may in turn explain why no objections were lodged with the schools adjudicator on this point last year. Times, Sunday Times
  • They were treated as nonentities by the legal and social adjudicators of British later, Australian Tasmania, allowed grudgingly to occupy land on the islands without ever being acknowledged as its owners, and referred to dismissively as “half-castes” or, vaguely, as “the Islanders.” The Song of The Dodo
  • After the Schools Organisation Committee failed to reach a unanimous decision the matter was referred to the Government schools adjudicator.
  • A key part of whatever scheme, whether the agency had advisory or adjudicatory authority, would be preempting attempts to use contract law to get around fair use. Archive 2009-02-01
  • The business select committee has urged the government to replace its newly appointed pubs code adjudicator, claiming that he has a conflict of interest. Times, Sunday Times
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