Definition of Extradite

1. Verb. Hand over to the authorities of another country. "They extradited the fugitive to his native country so he could be tried there"

Exact synonyms: Deliver, Deport
Generic synonyms: Expel, Kick Out, Throw Out
Specialized synonyms: Repatriate
Derivative terms: Deportee, Extradition



Definition of Extradite

1. v. t. To deliver up by one government to another, as a fugitive from justice. See Extradition.

Definition of Extradite

1. Verb. To remove a person from one state to another by legal process. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Extradite

1. [v -DITED, -DITING, -DITES]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Extradite

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extractor
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extractor hoods
extractors
extracts
extracts the urine
extracurricular
extracurricular activity
extracurriculars
extracystic
extracytoplasmic
extradictionary
extradimensional
extraditable
extradite (current term)
extradited
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extraditing
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extrados
extradoses
extradotal
extradural
extradural anaesthesia
extradural haematorrhachis
extradural haemorrhage
extradural mass
extraembryonic

Literary usage of Extradite

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1. The Treaty Making Power of the United States by Charles Henry Butler (1902)
"notes some of the leading decisions on the right of the United States to extradite fugitives from justice are cited.3 § 433. Power of Executive to extradite ..."

2. A Treatise on Injunctions and Other Extraordinary Remedies: Covering Habeas by Thomas Carl Spelling (1901)
"Requisites of Arrest upon State Warrant prior to Steps to extradite. — Cannot be evaded through Fraud. § I265. Constitutional Provision — Mutual Duties of ..."

3. A Treatise on Extraordinary Relief in Equity and at Law by Thomas Carl Spelling (1893)
"Requisites of Arrest upon State Warrant prior to Steps to extradite. — Cannot be evaded through Fraud. §1265. Constitutional Provision — Mutual Duties of ..."

4. American Consular Jurisdiction in the Orient by Frank Erastus Hinckley (1906)
"Transfer of offenders in China Consuls have no power to extradite American extradition treaties with Japan and Turkey American ship or in an American ..."

5. American Consular Jurisdiction in the Orient by Frank Erastus Hinckley (1906)
"Transfer of offenders in China Consuls have no power to extradite American extradition treaties with Japan and Turkey American ship or in an American ..."

6. The Life of Charles A. Dana by James Harrison Wilson (1907)
"... and Democrats nominate Greeley for president—Dana supports him—Personal journalism—Grant's second election—Effort to extradite Dana to Washington—Safe ..."

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