Translation of "tune" - English-Spanish dictionary

tune

noun uk /tjuːn/ us /tun/

A2 a song

melodía
I downloaded some good tunes.

a series of musical notes that are nice to listen to

melodía
He was humming a tune.

(Translation of “tune” from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

tune

noun /tjuːn/

musical notes put together in a particular (melodic and pleasing) order; melody

melodía
He played a tune on the violin.
tuneful adjective

having a good, clear, pleasant etc tune

melodioso
That song is very tuneful.
tunefully adverb

melodiosamente
tunefulness noun

cualidad de melodioso
tuneless adjective

without a good etc tune; unmusical

disonante, discordante; carente de armonía
The child was singing in a tuneless voice.
tunelessly adverb

de modo disonante
He was whistling tunelessly.
tunelessness noun

disonancia, discordancia
tuner noun

( also piano-tuner) a person whose profession is tuning pianos.

afinador

the dial on a radio etc used to tune in to the different stations.

sintonizador

a radio which is part of a stereo system.

sintonizador
change one’s tune

to change one’s attitude, opinions etc

cambiar de disco/opinión
He soon changed his tune when he realized tha there was money to be mede from the situation.
in tune

(of a musical instrument) having been adjusted so as to give the correct pitches

afinado
Is the violin in tune with the piano?

(of a person’s singing voice) at the same pitch as that of other voices or instruments

afinado
Someone in the choir isn’t (singing) in tune.
out of tune

not in tune

desafinado
She was singing out of tune.
tune in phrasal verb

to tune a radio (to a particular station or programme/program)

sintonizar
We usually tune (the radio) in to the news.
tune up phrasal verb

(of an orchestra etc) to tune instruments

afinar
The band were tuning up just before the performance.

(Translation of “tune” from the PASSWORD English-Spanish Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)