Spanish translation of “tune”
tune noun /tjuːn/
› musical notes put together in a particular (melodic and pleasing) order; melody
He played a tune on the violin. tuneful adjective › having a good, clear, pleasant etc tune
That song is very tuneful. tunefully adverb ›
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 ›
tuner noun › ( also piano-tuner) a person whose profession is tuning pianos.
› the dial on a radio etc used to tune in to the different stations.
› a radio which is part of a stereo system.
change one’s tune › to change one’s attitude, opinions etc
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
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
Someone in the choir isn’t (singing) in tune. out of tune › not in tune
She was singing out of tune. tune in phrasal verb › to tune a radio (to a particular station or programme/program)
We usually tune (the radio) in to the news. tune up phrasal verb › (of an orchestra etc) to tune instruments
The band were tuning up just before the performance.