tr.v. ex·tra·dit·ed, ex·tra·dit·ing, ex·tra·dites
1. To give up or deliver (a fugitive, for example) to the legal jurisdiction of another government or authority.
2. To obtain the extradition of.
[Back-formation from EXTRADITION.]
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