compromis

compromis

[kom-pruh-mee]
noun, plural compromises [kom-pruh-meez] . International Law.
a formal document, executed in common by nations submitting a dispute to arbitration, that defines the matter at issue, the rules of procedure and the powers of the arbitral tribunal, and the principles for determining the award.

Origin:
1590–1600; < French: literally, compromise

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