(verb) hand over (a person accused or convicted of a crime) to the jurisdiction of the foreign state in which the crime was committed. “Brazil refused to extradite him to Britain”
(verb) have someone deported, request the extradition of, have someone handed over, have someone sent back, have someone sent home, bring back “the British government attempted to extradite suspects from Belgium and the Netherlands”
Extradite meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi meaning)
अपराधी देना, प्रत्यर्पण, प्रत्यावर्तन, वापसी ,देश को लौटना, प्रतिप्रेषण, भगोड़े को अन्य राज्य को क़ानूनी काररवाई के लिए प्रेषण, संदिग्ध अपराधी को किसी अन्य राज्य को क़ानूनी काररवाई के लिए प्रेषण
mid 19th century: back-formation from extradition.
Extradite in a sentence (word usage in recent Hindu newspaper)
India seeks UK help to extradite the most wanted Nirav Modi
Canada will let the US extradite Huawei’s CFO
Speedboat death: Jack Shepherd extradition request submitted
Germany ‘seeks extradition‘ of Syria’s Jamil Hassan from Lebanon
John Downey granted leave to appeal extradition to Northern Ireland
Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of Extradite
They extradited the fugitive to his native country so he could be tried there
(noun) a length of cloth or an enveloping garment in which a dead person is wrapped for burial. “he was buried in a linen shroud”
(noun) a thing that envelops or obscures something.; “a shroud of mist
(noun) a set of ropes forming part of the standing rigging of a sailing boat and supporting the mast or topmast.
(verb) wrap or dress (a body) in a shroud for burial. “the body was washed and shrouded”
(verb) acover or envelop so as to conceal from view. “mountains shrouded by cloud”
Shroud meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi meaning)
पैराशूट की रस्सी, शव-परिधान, शब लपेटने की चादर, आवरण, कफन, ढक्कन, परदा, कफ़न, नक़ाब, मुर्दा लपेटने की चादर, शव परिधान, जहाज के मस्तूल की रस्सी, कफ़न में लपेटना, कफ़न में लपेटना, कफ़नाना, छिपाना, ढकना, ढांकना, मुर्दे पर कपड़ा डालना.
ate Old English scrūd ‘garment, clothing’, of Germanic origin, from a base meaning ‘cut’; related toshred. An early sense of the verb (Middle English) was ‘cover so as to protect’.
Shroud in a sentence (word usage in recent Hindu newspaper)
Blazers Recap: The Blazers Shroud the Suns, 127-120!!
Amira Nature Foods: Red Flags Shroud The Growth Profile
Thomas Mitchell: Do not shroud public pensions in secrecy
Trump Administration Makes Shameful Decision to Shroud Civilian …
Hester files bill to shroud execution process in more secrecy