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Izabrani sudija; posrednik; merodavna ličnost čijem se sudu svi podvrgavaju; isto i arbitrator, arbiter.
Sudija (lat.)

adjudicator
/ ədʒuːdɪkeɪtə /

imenica

Množina reči adjudicator je adjudicators.

A person who adjudicates.

arb
/ ɑːrb /

imenica

Množina reči arb je arbs.

Sinonimi:
arbitrager · arbitrageur

ARBITRAGEUR

arbiter
/ ɑːrbətər /

imenica

Množina reči arbiter je arbiters.

Sinonimi:
arbitrator · supreme authority

Sinonimi:
arbitrator · supreme authority

ETYM Latin arbiter; ar- (for ad) + the root of betere to go; hence properly, one who comes up to look on.
1. Someone chosen to judge and decide a disputed issue; SYN. arbitrator.
2. Someone with the power to settle matters at will; SYN. supreme authority.
3. Judge, especially one chosen by disputing parties. arbiter elegantiae, (Latin) “judge of taste”, especially G. Petronius, supervisor of Nero’s entertainments.

arbitrageur
/ ɑːrbətrɑːʒər /

imenica

Množina reči arbitrageur je arbitrageurs.

Sinonimi:
arbitrager · arb

Sinonimi:
arb · arbitrager

Someone who engages in arbitrage (who purchases securities in one market for immediate resale in another in the hope of profiting from the price differential); SYN. arbitrager, arb.
In finance, a person who buys securities (such as currency or commodities) in one country or market for immediate resale in another market, to take advantage of different prices.
Arbitrage became widespread during the 1970s and 1980s with the increasing deregulation of financial markets. The effect of arbitrage is to lessen or eliminate the price differentials among the markets. The term took on additional meaning with the increase in corporate buy-outs in the deregulated atmosphere of the late 1980s. Arbitrageurs speculated on target companies, buying stock and reselling it at the higher buy-out price.

arbitrator
/ ɑːrbətretər /

imenica

Množina reči arbitrator je arbitrators.

Sinonimi:
arbiter

ETYM Latin, from arbitrari: cf. French arbitrateur.
1. A person, or one of two or more persons, chosen by parties who have a controversy, to determine their differences. See Arbitration.
2. One who has the power of deciding or prescribing without control; a ruler; a governor.

arbitratorship

imenicaarhaično, zastarelo

Množina reči arbitratorship je arbitratorships.

arbitrer

imenica

Množina reči arbitrer je arbitrers.

arbitror

imenica

Množina reči arbitror je arbitrors.

beak
/ biːk /

imenica

Množina reči beak je beaks.

Sinonimi:
bill · neb · nib · honker · hooter · nozzle · snoot · snout · schnozzle

Sinonimi:
bill · honker · hooter · neb · nib · nozzle · pecker · schnoz · schnozzle · snoot · snout

Sinonimi:
bill · honker · hooter · neb · nib · nozzle · pecker · schnoz · schnozzle · snoot · snout · peck · pick

ETYM Old Eng. bek, French bec, from Celtic; cf. Gael. and Irish bac, bacc, hook, W. bach.
1. Horny projecting jaws of a bird; SYN. bill, neb, nib.
2. Beaklike mouth of e.g. turtles.
3. (US) Informal terms for the nose; SYN. honker, hooter, nozzle, snoot, snout, schnozzle.
Horn-covered projecting jaws of a bird, or other horny jaws such as those of the tortoise or octopus. The beaks of birds are adapted by shape and size to specific diets.

bencher
/ bentʃər /

imenica

Množina reči bencher je benchers.

Senior member of an Inn of Court.
One who sits on or presides at a bench.

censor
/ sensər /

imenica

Množina reči censor je censors.

Sinonimi:

ETYM Latin censor, from censere to value, tax.
(psychology) In Freudian psychology, the psychic function that prevents unacceptable unconscious impulses from reaching the conscious mind. This function leads to repression of intolerable ideas, memories, or impulses.
This view of the censor as a mechanism of repression has received considerable criticism, notably from French philosopher Jean-Paul Sartre in L’Etre et le néant/Being and Nothingness 1943. (magistrate) In ancient Rome, either of two senior magistrates, high officials elected every five years to hold office for 18 months. Their responsibilities included public morality, a census of the citizens, and a revision of the senatorial list.
(Homonym: censer, sensor).
A person who is authorized to read publications or correspondence or to watch theatrical performances and suppress in whole or in part anything considered obscene or politically unacceptable.

censurer

imenica

Množina reči censurer je censurers.

compositor
/ kəmpɒzɪtər /

imenica

Množina reči compositor je compositors.

Sinonimi:
typesetter · typographer

Sinonimi:
setter · typesetter · typographer

ETYM Latin, an arranger.
One who sets written material into type; SYN. typesetter, typographer.

daysman
/ deɪzmən /

imenicaarhaično, zastarelo

Množina reči daysman je daysmen.

(Archaic) umpire, arbiter; mediator

deemer
/ diːmər /

imenica

Množina reči deemer je deemers.

deemster
/ diːmstər /

imenica

Množina reči deemster je deemsters.

judge on the Isle of Man
Manx judge.

dempster
/ dempstər /

imenica

Množina reči dempster je dempsters.

determiner
/ dɪtɝːmɪnər /

imenica

Množina reči determiner je determiners.

Sinonimi:
determinative

Sinonimi:
causal factor · clincher · determinant · determinative · determining factor

One of a limited class of noun modifiers that determine the referents of noun phrases; SYN. determinative.

doomer

imenica

Množina reči doomer je doomers.

judge
/ dʒədʒ /

imenica

Množina reči judge je judges.

Sinonimi:
justice · jurist · magistrate

Sinonimi:
evaluator · jurist · justice · magistrate

ETYM Old Eng. juge, Old Fren. and French juge, from Old Fren. jugier, French juger, to judge.
A public official authorized to decide questions bought before a court of justice; SYN. justice, jurist, magistrate.
Person invested with power to hear and determine legal disputes.
In the US, the federal judiciary is chosen by executive appointments. It consists of Supreme Court justices, judges of the US district courts, magistrates, and administrative law judges. Similar offices exist at the state level with judges elected or appointed. There are also county and municipal judges elected to office.

justice
/ dʒʌstɪs /

imenica

justice je nebrojiva imenica

Sinonimi:
judicature · justness

Sinonimi:
Department of Justice · Do · Justice · Justice Department · judge · judicature · jurist · justness · magistrate

ETYM French, from Latin justitia, from justus just. Related to Just.
1. The administration of law; the act of determining rights and assigning rewards or punishments; SYN. judicature.
2. The quality of being just or fair; SYN. justness.
A goal of political activity and a subject of political inquiry since Plato. The term has been variously defined as fairness, equity, rightness, the equal distribution of resources, and positive discrimination in favor of underprivileged groups. It is most directly applied to the legal systems of states, and to decisions made by the recognized authorities within them.

justiciary
/ dʒʌstɪʃəri /

imenica

Množina reči justiciary je justiciaries.

Sinonimi:
justiciar

ETYM Cf. Late Lat. justitiarius, French justicier. Related to Justice.
The jurisdiction of a justiciar.

moderator
/ mɑːdəretər /

imenica

Množina reči moderator je moderators.

ETYM Latin: cf. French modérateur.
In some Internet newsgroups and mailing lists, a person through whom all messages are filtered before they are distributed to the members of the newsgroup or list. The moderator discards or edits any messages that are not considered appropriate. See also mailing list, newsgroup.
1. Any substance used to slow down neutrons in nuclear reactors.
2. Someone who mediates disputes and attempts to avoid violence.
3. Someone who presides over a forum or debate.
In a nuclear reactor, a material such as graphite or heavy water used to reduce the speed of high-energy neutrons. Neutrons produced by nuclear fission are fast-moving and must be slowed to initiate further fission so that nuclear energy continues to be released at a controlled rate.
Slow neutrons are much more likely to cause fission in a uranium-235 nucleus than to be captured in a U-238 (nonfissile uranium) nucleus. By using a moderator, a reactor can thus be made to work with fuel containing only a small proportion of U-235.

referee
/ refəriː /

imenicapravo (nauka)

Množina reči referee je referees.

A quasi-judicial officer appointed by a court to take testimony or hear specified types of cases. These officials are sometimes called masters.
In science, one who reads and comments on a scientific paper before its publication, normally a scientist of at least equal standing to the author(s).

umpire
/ ʌmpaɪər /

imenica

Množina reči umpire je umpires.

Sinonimi:
ump

Sinonimi:
ump

ETYM Old Eng. nompere, nounpere (also impier, from French impair uneven), from Old Fren. nomper uneven, French non-pair.
An official at a baseball game; SYN. ump.

wig
/ wɪɡ /

imenica

Množina reči wig je wigs.

Sinonimi:
wigging

Sinonimi:
wigging

ETYM Abbreviation from periwig.
(Homonym: Whig).
1. British slang for a scolding; SYN. wigging.
2. Artificial head of human or synthetic hair.

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