An arbiter is anyone who makes widely or generally accepted decisions about anything.
People can be informally recognized as arbiters of style, good taste, etc.
An arbitrator is an individual formally designated by the parties to resolve a legal dispute, and whose decision will be accepted by those specific parties.
A mediator is a person who helps negotiate between two feuding parties. When a married couple is considering getting divorced, they sometimes hire a mediator to help them come to an agreement, and possibly even avoid divorce.
@GodsCreation thank you for the answer, though. they sound a bit difficult to me. Can I make them simpler ? an arbiter is like an informal decision-maker about anything while An arbitrator is like an formal decision-maker in the specific parties, and a mediator is a kind of job to interfere between some matters. See ?
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