Definitions of "umpire"
  1. An individual with the authority to conclusively resolve a dispute or issue between involved parties
  2. A person selected to reach a resolution in situations where arbitrators cannot agree
  3. A neutral individual chosen to settle disagreements that arise under the provisions of a labor contract
  4. An individual assigned to find a common ground between the estimates of an insured and insurer to ascertain the value of a loss
How to use "umpire" in a sentence
  1. The umpire rendered a fair decision that resolved the ongoing dispute between the two workers.
  2. In the event that the two arbitrators cannot agree, an umpire will be brought in to make a final decision.
  3. The policy contract states that an umpire will be involved if the insured and insurer cannot agree on the value of the loss.

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