extradite

[ek-struh-dahyt]
verb (used with object), extradited, extraditing.
1.
to give up (an alleged fugitive or criminal) to another state or nation at its request.
2.
to obtain the extradition of.

Origin:
1860–65; back formation from extradition

unextradited, adjective
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extradite (ˈɛkstrəˌdaɪt)
 
vb
1.  to surrender (an alleged offender) for trial to a foreign state
2.  to procure the extradition of
 
[C19: back formation from extradition]

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extradite
1864, back formation from extradition. Related: Extradited; extraditing.
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Example sentences
Besides, there is insufficient evidence to extradite him.
He can appeal the decision to extradite him, but the whole process ought not to
  take longer than a few days.
Many countries will not extradite their own citizens.
One of them being that they will not extradite their own citizens.
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