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  is a Japanese transliteration of the Chinese word , which in turn derives from the Sanskrit , meaning meditation. Zen is the Japanese lineage of a meditation-oriented (China), (Korea), and (Vietnam). In the West, the word is often used as shorthand for the entire tradition.

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