Definition of tune out in English:

tune out

informal Stop listening or paying attention: if you’re in a boring lecture you can tune out
More example sentences
  • Natalie tuned out the lecture and took to watching her teacher warily.
  • She tuned out their conversation and paid attention to the food in front of her.
  • The key now is to tune out the ‘white noise’ and stop fighting.
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