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feng shui

noun [U] uk   /ˌfʊŋˈʃweɪ/ /ˌfeŋˈʃuːi/ us  
an ancient Chinese belief that the way your house is built or the way that you arrange objects affects your success, health, and happiness: It's good feng shui to have a loving animal in your home. a feng shui consultant
Translations of “feng shui”
in Chinese (Traditional) 風水…
in Russian фенг шуй…
in Turkish eski Çin'de evin inşa biçimi ve eşyaların düzenlenme şeklinin başarı, sağlık ve mutluluğa etki edeceği inancı…
in Chinese (Simplified) 风水…
in Polish feng shui…
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