extradition noun

VERB + EXTRADITION avoid, escape It won't be easy for them to escape extradition. | ask for, call for, demand, request, seek The new government will seek the extradition of the suspected terrorists. | allow, order A judge ordered her extradition to Britain. | await, face The smuggler is in prison tonight, awaiting extradition to Britain. | fight, resist His lawyer announced that he will fight extradition.

EXTRADITION + NOUN hearing, proceedings | agreement, treaty There is no extradition agreement between the two countries. | request

PREP. ~ from, ~ to