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Correct spelling:


intercede, intermediate, liaise, mediate.
achieve settlement
adjudge, adjudicate, adjust, conciliate, decide, determine, interpose, intervene, judge, mediate, negotiate, parley, placate, reconcile, referee, settle, smooth, soothe, straighten out, umpire, step in, pass judgment, play ball, come to terms, meet halfway, bring to terms, come to school, hammer out a deal, make a deal, strike happy medium, trade off, work out a deal.
arbitrate, intercede, intermediate, liaise, mediate.
iron out, strike a balance.
adjudicate, appraise, assess, consider, decide, determine, find, judge, mediate, pronounce, referee, resolve, rule, sentence.
assist, compromise, conciliate, facilitate, intercede, intervene, negotiate, parley, reconcile.
Examples of usage:
  1. He scented a violent passage of arms between two young and beautiful women, both of high social position, and manlike he would sooner have faced a charge of artillery than this duel between two pairs of rosy lips, wherein he feared that he might be called upon to arbitrate. – Petticoat Rule by Emmuska Orczy, Baroness Orczy
  2. On the other hand our neutral attitude enables us to arbitrate and keep the peace between the two formidable rivals, Islam and Hinduism, which in a large measure balance and restrain each other. – Studies in Literature and History by Sir Alfred Comyn Lyall
  3. Would you arbitrate a question of life and death? – The Dwelling Place of Light, Complete by Winston Churchill Last Updated: March 5, 2009
  4. Judge Fitch come up 'n' said the town 'd want three dollars for the lamp- post, 'n' they paid that, 'n' then they tried to arbitrate the dog; 'n' in the end Mr. Dill took eleven dollars an' fifteen cents, 'cause his collar 's still good. – Susan Clegg and Her Neighbors' Affairs by Anne Warner
  5. What if one side says there is nothing to arbitrate? – The Canadian Commonwealth by Agnes C. Laut