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noun [C]
/əˈdʒuːdɪkeɪtər/ US   /-ṱɚ/ LAW
a person or group that makes an official decision about something, especially about who is right in a disagreement: The construction group has brought seven separate disputes with the developer to adjudicators in the past month.
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