Definition of triblet in English:

triblet

Line breaks: trib|let
Pronunciation: /ˈtrɪblɪt
 
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noun

A cylindrical rod used for forging nuts, rings, tubes, and other rounded metallic objects.
More example sentences
  • Metal triblets are used to adjust the size and shape of finished rings, usually by tapping the ring with a nylon hammer.
  • I hit from both sides of the triblet, top and bottom.
  • The machine is modified for bending from rolls, automatic cutting and deburring, and bending without a triblet, with an option for forming with up to four lifts.

Origin

early 17th century: from French triboulet, of unknown origin.

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