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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.
Translations of “tune”
in Korean 곡, 곡조, 선율…
in Arabic أغنيّة, لَحْن…
in French air…
in Turkish ezgi, melodi, nağme…
in Italian canzone, musica, melodia…
in Chinese (Traditional) 曲調, 曲調,曲子, 旋律…
in Russian мелодия…
in Polish melodia…
in Spanish melodía…
in Portuguese música, melodia…
in German die Melodie…
in Catalan melodia…
in Japanese 曲, 歌, メロディー…
in Chinese (Simplified) 曲调, 曲调,曲子, 旋律…
(Definition of tune noun from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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