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feng shuinoun [U]

uk   us   /ˌfʊŋˈʃweɪ/ /ˌfeŋˈʃuːi/
an ​ancientChinesebelief that the way ​yourhouse is ​built or the way that you ​arrangeobjectsaffectsyoursuccess, ​health, and ​happiness: It's good feng shui to have a ​lovinganimal in ​yourhome. a feng shui ​consultant
(Definition of feng shui from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “feng shui”
in Chinese (Simplified) 风水…
in Turkish eski Çin'de evin inşa biçimi ve eşyaların düzenlenme şeklinin başarı, sağlık ve mutluluğa etki edeceği inancı…
in Russian фенг шуй…
in Chinese (Traditional) 風水…
in Polish feng shui…
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