Extradite: ex(出) tra船dite逮他----引渡回国，拿获归案。
ex-, 向外。-trad, 转让，移交，词源同betray, tradition.
- extradite:  Extradite is a back-formation from extradition . This was borrowed from French extradition, which was a coinage (apparently of Voltaire’s) based on Latin ex ‘out’ and tradītiō ‘handing over, deliverance’ (source of English tradition).
=> tradition, treason
- extradite (v.)
- 1864, back-formation from extradition. Related: Extradited; extraditing; extraditable.
- 1. The authorities refused to extradite him.
- 2. The British government attempted to extradite the suspects from Belgium.
- 3. They refused to extradite the hijackers to the U.S.
- 4. The Spanish police have refused to extradite a man wanted for a bank robbery in France.
- 5. The police arranged to extradite the jewel thief from the island state.
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