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Extradition Legal Term in English in Real Context with Synonyms

Extradition as a legal term in English in real context with images and synonyms

Definition of Extradition from 601 Words You Need to Know to Pass Your Exam as a legal term in English with synonyms, illustrations and parts of speech and in real context for GRE candidates and advanced learners of English /ˌek.strəˈdɪʃ.ən/ (noun) Definition the act of making a convict or fugitive return to another country or…

Villain 504 Absolutely Essential Words lesson 4

villain LELB Society

Villain 504 Absolutely Essential Words lesson 4 Villain 504 Absolutely Essential Words lesson 4 /ˈvɪl.ən/ (noun) a bad or evil person, wicked person – a criminal, lawbreaker, offender, felon, outlaw, wrongdoer, gangster – an evil or bad character in a book, film or play, antihero, desperado, baddie The role of the villain is seen to…

Brigand 1100 Words You Need Week 45 Day 1

Brigand 1100 words you need to know week 45 day 1 at LELB Society for GRE, TOEFL & IELTS

Brigand 1100 Words You Need Week 45 Day 1 Brigand 1100 Words You Need Week 45 Day 1 /ˈbrɪg.ənd/ (noun) an armed thief or robber in wild or isolated areas, bandit, gangster, lawbreaker, outlaw, thug, felon Brigandage is the life and practice of highway robbery and plunder. It is practiced by a brigand, a person…

Culprit 1100 Words You Need Week 5 Day 2

culprit LELB Society

Culprit 1100 Words You Need Culprit 1100 Words You Need /ˈkʌl.prɪt/ (noun) someone who has done something wrong, outlaw, lawbreaker, wrongdoer, delinquent, offender, criminal, guilty party, perpetrator, felon, malefactor, a fact or situation that is the reason for something bad happening, the origin of a problem: Police hope the public will help them to find…

Delinquent – English Flashcard for Delinquent for IELTS

Delinquent | English Flashcard for Delinquent - LELB Society

Delinquent Delinquent (adj & noun) /dɪˈlɪŋ.kwənt/ noun: a criminal or offender – lawbreaker – felon – wrongdoer: Adjective: antisocial, criminal This district at night is infamous for having so many delinquents. Antonyms: dutiful, law-abiding Noun: delinquency Adverb: delinquently

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