Laissez-passer



[les-ey-pa-sey; French le-sey-pah-sey] /ˈlɛs eɪ pæˈseɪ; French lɛ seɪ pɑˈseɪ/

noun, plural laissez-passers French, laissez-passer.
1.
a permit; pass, especially one issued in lieu of a passport.

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