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Date: 1800-1900
Language: French
Origin: arbitrer, from Latin arbitrari; ARBITRATE

arbitrage

noun
     
ar‧bi‧trage [uncountable] technical
the process of buying something such as raw materials or currency in one place and selling them immediately in another place in order to make a profit from the difference in prices
arbitrageur also arbitrager British English noun [countable]

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