arbiter /ˈɑːbɪtə/

a

I. noun

1. a person who settles a dispute or has ultimate authority in a matter

the Secretary of State is the final arbiter.
2. a person whose views or actions have influence in a particular sphere

an arbiter of taste.
– origin late Middle English: from Latin, ‘judge, supreme ruler’.

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