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laissez-faire

noun [U]     /ˌleɪ.seɪˈfeər/ US  /-ˈfer/ ( also laisser-faire)
unwillingness to get involved in or influence other people's activities 置之不理,不管不問,放任自流 The problems began long before he became headteacher, but they worsened with his laissez-faire approach/attitude. 這些問題在他當校長之前就早已出現了,但由於他採取了放任自流的態度,結果變得更加嚴重了。 Passive and not working
If a government is laissez-faire, it does not have many laws and rules which control the buying and selling of goods and services. (政府不幹預經濟的)自由放任政策 Politics
(Definition of laissez-faire from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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