Meaning of “good/bad karma” in the English Dictionary

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"good/bad karma" in British English

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good/bad karma

informal

the good or bad general character or feeling among a group of people or in a place:

In the early 60s hippies arrived, attracted by the island's "good karma" and physical beauty.

(Definition of “good/bad karma” from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)