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tune out (something/someone)

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phrasal verb with tune  us   /tun/ verb [T]
to ​stoppayingattention to something or someone: Beverly always tunes out in the ​middle of her ​musiclesson. She ​tends to tune out her ​parents’ ​advice and make her own ​decisions.
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