[ shev-uh-ley, shuh-val-ey ]
/ ˌʃɛv əˈleɪ, ʃəˈvæl eɪ /


the bridge on a stringed musical instrument, as a violin.

Origin of chevalet

1800–10; < French: more generally, any wooden frame for holding or supporting something, equivalent to cheval horse (< Latin caballus) + -et -et; compare parallel sense of horse Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2019