Definition of 'extradition'
Example sentences containing 'extradition'
With her pointing the finger, an extradition order could be issued; Canada would not say no to that.YESTERDAY'S SHADOW (2002)
And if they wished to get stroppy, they could force extradition which would undoubtedly raise quite a ruckus in the press.CORMORANT (2002)
If the Americans and my lot find where he is, they're going to start serving extradition papers like a short-order cook serves breakfasts.THE ONLY GAME (2002)
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