snub

  1. an instance of driving away or warding off
  2. a refusal to recognize someone you know

snub

1. to force pipe or tools into a high-pressure well that has not been killed (i.e., to run pipe or tools into the well against pressure when the weight of pipe is not great enough to force the pipe through the BOPs). Snubbing usually requires an array of wireline bocks and wire rope that forces the pipe or tools into the well through a stripper head or blowout preventer until the weight of the string is sufficient to overcome the lifting effect of the well pressure on the pipe in the preventer. In workover operations, snubbing is usually accomplished by using hydraulic power to force the pipe through the stripping head or blowout preventer. 2. to tie up short with a line. ...

SNUB

SNUB or Stop Norwich UrBanisation is a non-profit organisation based around Norwich, United Kingdom, whose aim is to stop the urbanisation of Norwich and its surrounding villages, such as Rackheath, Salhouse, Wroxham and Postwick. The work of SNUB has received wide coverage, including national coverage on BBC Radio 4`s Farming Today programme and....
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Snub

[geometry] In geometry, a snub is a operation applied to a polyhedron. The term originates from Kepler`s names of two Archimedean solids, for the snub cube (cubus simus) and snub dodecahedron (dodecaedron simum). In general, snubs have chiral symmetry with two forms, with clockwise or counterclockwise orientations. By Kepler`s names, a snub...
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snub

treat with contempt 
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snub

[adj] - unusually short 2. [n] - a refusal to recognize someone you know
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Snub

Snub intransitive verb [ Confer Dutch snuiven to snort, to pant, German schnauben , Middle High German snūben , Prov. German schnupfen , to sob, and English snuff , v.t.] To sob with convulsions. [ Obsolete] Bailey.
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Snub

Snub transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Snubbed ; present participle & verbal noun Snubbing .] [ Confer Icelandic ssnubba to snub, chide, Swedish snubba , Icelandic snubbōttr snubbed, nipped, and En...
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Snub

Snub noun 1. A knot; a protuberance; a song. [ Obsolete] « [ A club] with ragged snubs and knotty grain.» Spenser. 2. A check or rebuke; an intended slight. J. Foster. Snub nose , a short or flat nose. -- Snub post , or
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snub

adjective unusually short; `a snub nose`
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Snub

• (v. t.) To clip or break off the end of; to check or stunt the growth of; to nop. • (n.) A check or rebuke; an intended slight. • (n.) A knot; a protuberance; a song. • (v. i.) To sob with convulsions. • (v. t.) To treat with contempt or neglect, as a forward or pretentious person; to slight designedly. • (v. t.) To ...
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Snub

Snub is American slang for a snub-nosed revolver.
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Snub

A snub, cut or slight is a refusal to recognise an acquaintance by ignoring them, avoiding them or pretending not to know them. For example, a failure to greet someone may be considered a snub. ...
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