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tune British & World English

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

tune English Thesaurus

she left the theatre humming a cheerful tune

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

fine-tune British & World English

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

show tune British & World English

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

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

to the tune of British & World English

Amounting to or involving (a specified considerable sum)

tune in in tune British & World English

Watch or listen to a television or radio broadcast

change one's tune British & World English

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

sing a different tune 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

dance to someone's tune British & World English

Comply completely with someone’s demands

in tune in tune British & World English

With correct (or incorrect) pitch or intonation

march to a different tune British & World English

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

tune into in tune British & World English

Become sensitive to

tune out in tune British & World English

Stop listening or paying attention

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

to the tune of in tune British & World English

Amounting to or involving (a specified considerable sum)

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

call the shots in call British & World English

Take the initiative in deciding how something should be done

change one's tune in change British & World English

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

in or out of tune in tune British & World English

With correct (or incorrect) pitch or intonation

in tune in tune English Thesaurus

their message was in tune with the prevailing intellectual climate

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

Someone’s abilities do not depend on their being young

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

Comply completely with someone’s demands

sing a different tune in sing British & World English

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

out of tune in tune English Thesaurus

he was out of tune with conventional belief

march to a different tune in march1 British & World English

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

change one's tune in tune English Thesaurus

by the following week, she had changed her tune

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

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

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


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