laissez–passer

play
noun lais·sez–pas·ser \ˌle-ˌsā-ˌpa-ˈsā, ˌlā-, -ˌzā-\

Definition of laissez–passer

  1. :  permit, pass

Origin and Etymology of laissez–passer

French, from laissez passer let (someone) pass


First Known Use: 1914

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