tune in Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary

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tune in

phrasal verb with tune uk   /tjuːn/  us   /tuːn/ verb [T]


to ​watch or ​listen to a ​particulartelevision or ​radioprogramme or ​station: Be ​sure to ​tune in to next week's show. Will the millions of ​viewers who ​regularlytune in ​stayloyal, now that ​theirfavoritehost is gone?


be tuned in to have a good ​understanding of what is ​happening in a ​situation or what other ​people are ​thinking: She just doesn't ​seem to be ​tuned in to her ​students' ​needs.
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