Definition of laissez vibrer in English:

laissez vibrer

Line breaks: lais|sez vi¦brer
Pronunciation: /ˌlɛse ˈviːbreɪ
 
, lɛse vibʀe/

verb

[in imperative]
A musical instruction used to indicate that a note made by striking or plucking should be allowed to fade away without damping.

Origin

French, literally 'allow to vibrate'.

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