karmakar‧ma /ˈkɑːmə $ -ɑːr-/ noun [uncountable]1RRBRRHthe belief that all the good and bad things that you do in this life affect how good or bad your future lives will be, according to the Hindu and Buddhist religions2informal the feeling that you get from a person, place, or actiongood/bad karmaThe house had a lot of bad karma. —karmic adjective
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karma• Some might call it karma, saying that Artie had it coming.good/bad karma• I knew that this was my fault. Bad karma.• Get some good karma around us.