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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
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