Meaning of TRIBLET in English


ˈtriblə̇t noun

or treb·let ˈtreb-

( -s )

Etymology: French triboulet, probably from Middle French tribouler, triboler to press, oppress, trouble, afflict (from Late Latin tribulare to oppress, afflict) + -et — more at tribulation

: any of various mandrels used in making rings or nuts or in drawing tubes

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