佛系 (Chinese PinYin: [fó xì]; traditional Chinese: 佛系) may mean: (1) adj. buddhist; (2) adj. be calm and peaceful. Literally: 佛 (buddha) + 系 (series). The popular internet slang word foxi – or “Buddhist” – encourages people to remain calm and peaceful and avoid conflict as much as possible – in other words, to live like a Buddha. Some example phrases and expressions are: 佛系青年 (buddha-like youngsters), 佛系父母 (buddhist parents), 佛系生活 (buddhist lifestyle), 佛系学生 (buddhist students).
1. How to pronounce 佛系?
Chinese Pinyin: [fó xì]
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2. Synonyms And Antonyms of 佛系
3. What are the fixed expression, collocation and idioms that contains 佛系
Fixed expression: 佛系青年 (buddha-like youngsters), 佛系父母 (buddhist parents),
Collocation: 佛系生活 (buddhist lifestyle), 佛系学生 (buddhist students),
4. How to use 佛系 in a sentence?
Below are some example sentences and quotes containing 佛系.
Translation: ‘Buddha-like youngsters’ becomes a new buzzword on Chinese social media.
Translation: Have you started the so-called buddhist lifestyle like others?
Translation: But no matter what, there is one thing that “Buddhist youngsters” should keep in mind: You may want to keep a calm mindset regarding failure, but you should also be passionate and positive about school, work and life.
4.4 “佛系学生”指的是适度学习的学生 —— 他们不会逃课，但也不会熬夜。
Translation: “Buddhist students” are those who study just the right amount – they don’t cut class, but they don’t burn the midnight oil.
Translation: “Buddhist parents” interfere little with their children’s lives and let them develop however they like.
4.6 网络热词“佛系”鼓励人心态平和，尽量避免冲突 —— 换句话说，就是像佛陀一样生活。
Translation: The popular internet slang word foxi – or “Buddhist” – encourages people to remain calm and peaceful and avoid conflict as much as possible – in other words, to live like a Buddha.
Translation: Maybe we should all live like a Buddha.
Translation: Many Chinese youngsters quickly label themselves as Buddha-like youth.
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