Definition of laissez-aller in English:

laissez-aller

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Pronunciation: /ˌlɛseɪˈaleɪ, leseale/

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noun

[mass noun]
Absence of restraint; unconstrained freedom: [as modifier]: no laissez-aller exploration of these rocks should be undertaken

Origin

French, literally 'allow to go'.

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