Ad Libitum

(Latin) literally as it agreeable; the word libitum is tied to the verb libet, meaning it is pleasing; this phrase in English is abbreviated to ad.lib., which means improvised dialogue.
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Ad libitum

Ad lib'i·tum At one's pleasure; as one wishes.
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Ad libitum

• At one`s pleasure; as one wishes.
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ad libitum

(from the article `accompaniment`) The term obbligato accompaniment came to be applied to accompaniments of this type, as opposed to ad libitum accompaniment, the unessential ...
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ad libitum

ad libitum; ad lib. At pleasure; according to one's pleasure; freely, unscripted, improvised; extemporaneously. This is usually shortened to ad lib. [with or without a period]. Ad lib is used both as a verb and as a noun. When used in the entertainment world, to ad lib means to improvise, to add an impromptu word or statement to a script. As a n...
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Ad Libitum

Ad libitum is Latin for at pleasure
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Ad libitum

Unlimited access to feedstuffs.
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Ad libitum

Ad libitum is Latin for `at one`s pleasure` (at liberty); it is often shortened to `ad lib` (as an adjective or adverb) or `ad-lib` (as a verb or noun). The roughly synonymous phrase a bene placito (`at [one`s] good pleasure`) is less common but, in its Italian form a piacere, entered the musical lingua franca (see below). == {anchor|Mus...
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ad libitum

ad libitum
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ad libitum

at the performer
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Ad Libitum

Indication that gives the performer the liberty to omit a section or to improvise.
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ad libitum

Feed offered free-choice, allowing animals to eat as much as they desire.
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