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arbiter someone who has the authority to decide an issue or settle a dispute; arbitrator.
arbitrate to decide as an arbiter. [1/4 definitions]
arbitrator one who has final authority to decide an outcome; arbiter. [1/2 definitions]
bargain to decide the terms of a transaction or exchange; make a bargain. [1/6 definitions]
choose to decide (followed by an infinitive). [1/4 definitions]
concurrent jurisdiction the power of two or more courts to each hear and decide cases related to the same matter or in the same geographic area.
conscience the human faculty that enables one to decide between right and wrong conduct, esp. in regard to one's own actions. [1/2 definitions]
criterion a standard or test by which to judge or decide.
decree to order, decide, or ordain officially and authoritatively. [1/3 definitions]
determine to decide or settle (a question, controversy, or the like) finally and authoritatively. [2/6 definitions]
fate the nonhuman force that is often believed to decide events in human life. [1/6 definitions]
find in law, to decide after judicial deliberations. [1/8 definitions]
free will the ability to choose or decide voluntarily. [1/2 definitions]
indecisive tending to hesitate or vacillate; unable to decide easily. [1/2 definitions]
judge a legally trained public official who is authorized to preside over and decide cases brought before a court; magistrate. [1/10 definitions]
leeway additional time, space, or freedom to pursue, accomplish, or decide something. [1/2 definitions]
limited jurisdiction the authority of a court to hear and decide only certain types of cases, such as those regarding bankruptcy, traffic violations, or family disputes.
local option the right to decide by vote whether something controversial, such as the sale of liquor, shall be allowed in a certain locality.
lot one of a set of objects used to decide something by chance. [1/7 definitions]
make up one's mind to decide.
nonplus to cause (someone) to be unable to think of what to say, do, or decide; perplex; bewilder. [1/2 definitions]