Synonyms of tune in English:

tune

noun

  • 1 she hummed a cheerful tune
    melody, air, strain, theme;
    informal earworm
  • verb

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  • 1 they tuned their guitars
    adjust, fine-tune, tune up
  • 2 a body clock tuned to the lunar cycle
    attune, adapt, adjust, fine-tune;
    regulate, modulate
  • Phrases

    change one's tune

    our "Bachelor Bob" seems to have changed his tune about settling down and raising a family
    do an about-face
    informal do a one-eighty, pull a U-ey

    in tune

    are any of the candidates really in tune with the voters?
    in accord, in keeping, in accordance, in agreement, in harmony, in step, in line, in sympathy, compatible

    tune up

    most of these old cash registers just need to be tuned up a bit
    tweak, adjust, fine-tune, calibrate, maintain, improve, ameliorate, enhance

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