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, snibs Chiefly British
To latch (a door or window): "[The] window is snibbed on the inner side" (Arthur Conan Doyle).
(Building) the bolt or fastening of a door, window, etc
) , snibs
, snibbing or snibbed
to bolt or fasten (a door)
[C19: of uncertain origin; perhaps from Low German snibbe beak]
Past participle: snibbed
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The line for beans in similar but of course they move snibbing
machines and cluster busters into place to separate the beans after washing and before further processing.