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English definition of “tune”

tune

noun [C]
 
 
/tjuːn/
in tune with if a person or organization is in tune with people or ideas, they are able to understand them: These new products are in tune with the requirements of a younger market. His approach to HR is in tune with the new management policies.
to the tune of informal used to talk about how much something costs: The organization is funded by the UN to the tune of $30 million. The company is in debt to the tune of several million Euros.
(Definition of tune noun from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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