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tuning British & World English

The action or process of tuning something

tune British & World English

Adjust (a musical instrument) to the correct or uniform pitch

tuning fork British & World English

A two-pronged steel device used by musicians, which vibrates when struck to give a note of specific pitch

tuning peg British & World English

Any of the pegs in the neck of a stringed musical instrument around which the strings are wound, and which are turned to adjust their tension and so tune the instrument

tuning pin British & World English

A pin to which the strings of a piano or harpsichord are attached

detune British & World English

Cause (a musical instrument) to become out of tune

retune British & World English

Tune (something) again or differently, in particular:

tune in in tune British & World English

Watch or listen to a television or radio broadcast

fine-tune British & World English

Make small adjustments to (something) in order to achieve the best or a desired performance

tune into in tune British & World English

Become sensitive to

tune out in tune British & World English

Stop listening or paying attention

tune into British & World English

Become sensitive to

tune out British & World English

Stop listening or paying attention

tune something out in tune British & World English

Exclude a sound or transmission of a particular frequency