[ chee ]
/ tʃi /
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(in traditional Chinese medicine and philosophy) the vital life force that flows through the body and is supposedly regulated by acupuncture.
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Also (Wade-Giles) chi .
Origin of qi
First recorded in 1845–55; from Chinese qì “breath, air, spirit, gas”
Other definitions for qi (2 of 2)
[ chœ ]
/ tʃœ /
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How to use qi in a sentence
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British Dictionary definitions for qi
/ (tʃiː) /
a variant of chi 2
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Medical definitions for qi
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