ex·​tra·​dit·​able | \ ˈek-strə-ˌdī-tə-bəl How to pronounce extraditable (audio) \

Definition of extraditable

1 : subject or liable to extradition
2 : making one liable to extradition an extraditable offense

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Prescott Valley police detectives confirmed Cagley was wanted under a felony extraditable warrant, and he was arrested without incident Tuesday and booked into the Yavapai County Jail, the police statement said. Derek Hall, azcentral, "Iowa prison escapee on lam for 37 years arrested in Arizona; wife says it's all a mistake," 30 Mar. 2018 But now Perez’s lucrative legal career may be threatened after he was thrown out of La Picota in mid-January when a prison director berated him and another American lawyer for trying to visit extraditable inmates without proper permission. Jay Weaver And Kyra Gurney, miamiherald, "‘Devil’s lawyer’ represents Colombia’s top narcos. Now he’s banned from entering the country," 9 Feb. 2018 Three decades later, her husband, Kevin Jokumsen, was indicted in Arizona on a second-degree-murder charge and an extraditable warrant was issued for his arrest. Sara Jean Green, The Seattle Times, "Husband arrested 30 years after wife, from Enumclaw, vanished in Arizona," 14 Sep. 2017

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First Known Use of extraditable

1881, in the meaning defined at sense 1

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The first known use of extraditable was in 1881

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