Definition of "extradition"
  1. The surrendering of an individual accused of a crime to the jurisdiction where the crime was allegedly committed according to laws and treaties
How to use "extradition" in a sentence
  1. The foreign government agreed to cooperate with the extradition request.
  2. Extradition treaties facilitate bringing criminals to justice across international borders.
  3. The fugitive was arrested and will face extradition to his home country.

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