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  • 1 dispute — dis|pute1 [ dı spjut ] noun count or uncount *** a serious disagreement, especially one between groups of people that lasts for a long time: dispute between: a territorial dispute between rival gangs dispute over: a dispute over pay dispute with …

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  • 2 dispute — I n. 1) to stir up a dispute about 2) to arbitrate; resolve, settle a dispute (to settle a dispute out of court) 3) an acrimonious, bitter, heated, sharp; public dispute 4) a border; labor dispute 5) a dispute about, over; with 6) in dispute… …

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  • 3 dispute — I UK [dɪˈspjuːt] / UK [ˈdɪspjuːt] / US [dɪˈspjut] noun [countable/uncountable] Word forms dispute : singular dispute plural disputes *** a serious disagreement, especially one between groups of people that lasts for a long time dispute between: a …

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  • 4 Dispute settlement in the World Trade Organization — Dispute settlement is regarded by the World Trade Organization (WTO) as the central pillar of the multilateral trading system, and as the organization s unique contribution to the stability of the global economy .[1] A dispute arises when one… …

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  • 5 dispute — dis·pute 1 /di spyüt/ vb dis·put·ed, dis·put·ing vi: to engage in a dispute disputing with management over contract terms vt: to engage in a dispute over disputing the correct application of the contract provision; esp: to oppose by argume …

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  • 6 dispute — [di spyo͞ot′] vi. disputed, disputing [ME disputen < OFr desputer < L disputare, lit., to compute, discuss, hence argue about < dis , apart + putare, to think: see PUTATIVE] 1. to argue; debate 2. to quarrel vt. 1. to argue or debate (a… …

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  • 7 dispute resolution — Particularly where there are parties to a contract from different countries, it is important to address not only applicable law (the law that governs the interpretation of the contract) but also in which country (e.g. the buyer s or seller s) in… …

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  • 8 Not One Less — Not One Less …

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  • 9 not agree — index differ (vary), dispute (contest), dispute (debate), dissent (differ in opinion) …

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  • 10 dispute — (v.) c.1300, from O.Fr. desputer (12c.) dispute, fight over, contend for, discuss, from L. disputare weigh, examine, discuss, argue, explain, from dis separately (see DIS (Cf. dis )) + putare to count, consider, originally to prune (see PAVE (Cf …

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  • 11 Dispute board — A dispute board or dispute review board (DRB) or dispute adjudication board (DAB) is a job site dispute adjudication process, typically comprising three independent and impartial persons selected by the contracting parties. The significant… …

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  • 12 Dispute resolution — For Wikipedia s dispute resolution guidelines, see Wikipedia:Dispute resolution …

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  • 13 dispute — dis|pute1 W2 [dıˈspju:t, ˈdıspju:t] n [U and C] 1.) a serious argument or disagreement dispute with ▪ The firm is involved in a legal dispute with a rival company. dispute over ▪ He got into a dispute over a taxi fare. ▪ Every effort was made to… …

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  • 14 dispute — 1 noun (C, U) 1 SERIOUS DISAGREEMENT a situation in which two countries or groups of people quarrel or disagree with each other: a border dispute | A prolonged labor dispute disrupted rail services. 2 be beyond dispute if something is beyond… …

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  • 15 Dispute resolution organization — Part of the Politics series on Anarchism …

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  • 16 Dispute Settlement Body — The Dispute Settlement Body (DSB) of the World Trade Organization (WTO) makes decisions on trade disputes between governments that are adjudicated by the Organization. Its decisions generally match those of the Dispute Panel. Contents 1… …

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  • 17 Dispute mechanism — A dispute mechanism is a structured process[1] that addresses disputes or grievances that arise between two or more parties engaged in business, legal, or societal relationships. Dispute mechanisms are used in dispute resolution, and may… …

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  • 18 dispute — [[t]dɪspju͟ːt[/t]] ♦♦ disputes, disputing, disputed 1) N VAR: usu with supp, oft N with/over n, N between pl n A dispute is an argument or disagreement between people or groups. They have won previous pay disputes with the government...… …

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  • 19 dispute —    a strike    Shortened form of industrial dispute. Used twice in three minutes by BBC Radio 4 on 15 June, 1983:     A dispute among Southern Region guards has led to the cancelling of trains. (They were not arguing with each other, as might… …

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  • 20 dispute */*/ — [ˈdɪspjuːt] , [dɪˈspjuːt] noun [C/U] I a serious disagreement, especially one that involves groups of people and lasts for a long time The two companies are still in dispute.[/ex] a territorial dispute between rival gangs[/ex] a dispute over… …

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