There are 2 main translations of tune up verb + adverb in Spanish:

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tune up

verb + adverb
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There are 2 main translations of tune up verb + adverb in Spanish:

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tune-up
Pronunciation: /ˈt(j)unˌəp/

noun

  • afinado (masculine)
    Example sentences
    • The engine just needed a good tune-up.
    • She prepared me like I was going to war: new tires all around for the jeep, a tune-up, chains, jumper cables, and a box packed with warm clothes and flares, in case of an emergency.
    • They never need oil changes, air filters, tune-ups, mufflers, timing belts, or emission tests.

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