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    Hi! i need help to understand what is the difference between "árbitro" and "abritrador" as both are tranalstaed to English as "arbitrator". But the phrase i have here is:

    "otorgar a los árbitros facultades de arbitradores".

    This document is written in Chile.

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    I would need to have more context in order to provide you with better help, but it seems to me that “Arbitro” is the one who decides on a given conflict while Arbitrador (acts as a mediator or moderator.
    In this specific case , your sentence could be translated as “To grant arbitrators capacity as mediators”.

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    Gracias, i already translated it with a similar expression. I understood that arbitro in this case is the judge and arbitrador is a mediator, the person who is trusted to have this role of mediator.

    In proZ forum i was suggested to translate it as "to refer the matter (or dispute) to arbitration" or "grant arbitration powers to the arbitrators" . The first actually helps me better as i was looking to understand more the meaning, not for the most precise English version.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hebe
    I would need to have more context in order to provide you with better help, but it seems to me that “Arbitro” is the one who decides on a given conflict while Arbitrador (acts as a mediator or moderator.
    In this specific case , your sentence could be translated as “To grant arbitrators capacity as mediators”.

    Hope it helps
    Hola Hebe!

    Te felicito porque es muy buena tu aproximación a esta traducción
    sin mas contexto,aunque no estoy seguro de tu traducción al inglés.Me explico:
    Mi aporte a hekate al ser un documento chileno ,es decir que en todo
    contrato legal público y privado
    (bancos,empresas públicas,corredores de propiedades,etc)al final de él siempre se designa
    un "árbitro arbitrador" que es un 3° abogado ,quien actuará en caso que existan diferencias
    o conflictos entre las partes ,y tiene facultades para resolver finalmente y dictar
    una sentencia o resolver .
    Por lo tanto la definición de "árbitro" es el profesional que tiene facultades explícitas
    de "arbitrador" para decidir o resolver ,por lo que asumen facultades de jueces.
    Por lo tanto si en inglés "mediators" es una facultad para resolver o dictar
    sentencia como un juez,entonces la traducción de Hebe estaría correcta,
    en caso contrario debe haber otra palabra en inglés para esa facultad.
    Ojalá sirva para aclarar un poco más la traducción .

    Saludos

    Mario

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