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fine-tuneverb [T]

 /ˈfɑɪn·tun/
to make small changes in (something) in order to make it work as well as possible
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"fine-tune" in Business English

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fine-tuneverb [T]

uk   us  
to make small changes to something in order to make it as good as possible: The training program helped him fine-tune his skill set. The company's aim is to fine-tune its manufacturing system.
fine-tuning
noun [U]
There is some fine-tuning to be done, but the majority of the work on the marketing concept has been done.
(Definition of fine-tune from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “fine-tune”
in Chinese (Simplified) 对…进行微调…
in Chinese (Traditional) 對…進行微調…
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