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As a direction in a musical score: (to be played) without repeated passages. Occasionally as noun: a performance in which repeats are omitted.
Late 19th century; earliest use found in George Grove (1820–1900), writer on music and lexicographer. From Italian senza replica from senza without + replica replica.
senza replica/ˈsɛnzə ˌrɛplɪkə/
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