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tune British & World English

A melody, especially one which characterizes a certain piece of music

call the shots British & World English

Take the initiative in deciding how something should be done

in tune British & World English

With correct (or incorrect) pitch or intonation

tune-up British & World English

An act of tuning something up

show tune British & World English

A song from a musical that has become popular in its own right

fine-tune British & World English

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

tune into British & World English

Become sensitive to

tune out British & World English

Stop listening or paying attention

signature tune British & World English

A distinctive piece of music associated with a particular programme or performer on television or radio

in tune in tune British & World English

With correct (or incorrect) pitch or intonation

tune out in tune British & World English

Stop listening or paying attention

change one's tune British & World English

Express a very different opinion or behave in a very different way

to the tune of British & World English

Amounting to or involving (a specified considerable sum)

tune into in tune British & World English

Become sensitive to

sing a different tune British & World English

Change one’s opinion about or attitude towards someone or something

dance to someone's tune British & World English

Comply completely with someone’s demands

call the shots in call British & World English

Take the initiative in deciding how something should be done

tune in in tune British & World English

Watch or listen to a television or radio broadcast

change one's tune in change British & World English

Express a very different opinion or behave in a very different way

march to a different tune British & World English

Consciously adopt a different approach or attitude to the majority of people

to the tune of in tune British & World English

Amounting to or involving (a specified considerable sum)

dance to someone's tune in dance British & World English

Comply completely with someone’s demands

detune British & World English

Cause (a musical instrument) to become out of tune

retune British & World English

Tune (something) again or differently, in particular:

he who pays the piper calls the tune British & World English

The person who provides the money for something has the right to determine how it’s spent

sing a different tune in sing British & World English

Change one’s opinion about or attitude towards someone or something

tune something out in tune British & World English

Exclude a sound or transmission of a particular frequency

autotune British & World English

A device or facility for tuning something automatically, especially a piece of computer software which enables the correction of an out-of-tune vocal performance

Auto-Tune in autotune British & World English

A device or facility for tuning something automatically, especially a piece of computer software which enables the correction of an out-of-tune vocal performance

march to a different tune in march1 British & World English

Consciously adopt a different approach or attitude to the majority of people

in or out of tune in tune British & World English

With correct (or incorrect) pitch or intonation

there's many a good tune played on an old fiddle British & World English

Someone’s abilities do not depend on their being young

he who pays the piper calls the tune in pay1 British & World English

The person who provides the money for something has the right to determine how it’s spent

there's many a good tune played on an old fiddle in tune British & World English

Someone’s abilities do not depend on their being young

sing a different tune or song in sing British & World English

Change one’s opinion about or attitude towards someone or something

march to the beat of a different tune or drummer in march1 British & World English

Consciously adopt a different approach or attitude to the majority of people

tune English Thesaurus

she left the theatre humming a cheerful tune

tune English-Spanish

melodía feminine

tune in English-Spanish

sintonizar* (

tune-up English-Spanish

puesta feminine a punto, afinado

fine-tune English-Spanish

ajustar, poner* a punto

tune out English-Spanish

dejar de prestar atención

theme tune English-Spanish

música, cortina feminine musical Southern Cone/Cono Sur

signature tune English-Spanish

sintonía feminine, cortina feminine musical Southern Cone/Cono Sur

tune in English-Spanish

sintonizar* (

tune out English-Spanish

dejar de prestar atención


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