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Significado de “tune” - Diccionario Inglés

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tunenoun

uk   /tjuːn/  us   /tuːn/
  • tune noun (MUSICAL NOTES)

A2 [C] a ​series of ​musicalnotes, ​especially one that is ​pleasant and ​easy to ​remember: He was ​humming a tune as he ​dried the ​dishes. a ​theme tune That's a very catchy tune (= ​easy to ​remember and ​pleasant).
Synonym
in tune C1 singing or ​playingnotes that are at the ​right pitch (= ​level) or that ​agree with ​others being ​sung or ​playedout of tune C1 singing or ​playingnotes that are at the ​wrong pitch (= ​level) or that do not ​agree with ​others being ​sung or ​played: The ​piano is out of tune.

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  • tune noun (UNDERSTANDING)

be in/out of tune with sb/sth C2 If you are in tune with ​people or ​ideas, you ​understand or ​agree with them, and if you are out of tune with them, you do not: Much of his ​success comes from being in tune with what his ​customerswant. Her ​theories were out of tune with the ​scientificthinking of the ​time.
  • tune noun (AMOUNT)

to the tune of to the ​statedamount: The City Council had ​financed the new ​building to the tune of over four million ​pounds.

tuneverb [T]

uk   /tjuːn/  us   /tuːn/
(Definition of tune from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

Significado de "tune" - Diccionario Inglés Americano

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tunenoun

 us   /tun/
  • tune noun (MUSICAL NOTES)

[C] a ​series of ​musicalnotes, esp. one that is ​pleasant and ​easy to ​remember; a ​melody: That’s a very ​pretty tune.
  • tune noun (CORRECT MUSICAL NOTES)

[U] the ​state of being ​adjusted to the ​correctpitch (= ​degree to which a ​musicalnote is high or ​low) : This ​piano is out of tune (= the ​notes are too high or ​low). Paul just can’t ​sing in tune (= with ​correctlyproducednotes).

tuneverb [T]

 us   /tun/
  • tune verb [T] (ADJUST INSTRUMENT)

to ​adjust a ​musicalinstrument so the ​soundsproduced are the ​correctpitch (= ​degree to which the ​sound is high or ​low): Tune ​yourguitar before you ​practice.
  • tune verb [T] (ADJUST SIGNAL)

to move the ​controls on a ​radio or ​television set so that it ​receivesprogramsbroadcast from a ​particularstation: Tune ​yourradio to 88.3 FM.
  • tune verb [T] (ADJUST ENGINE)

to ​change the setting of ​particularparts of an ​engine so that it ​works as well as ​possible: The ​engineneeds tuning.
(Definition of tune from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

Significado de "tune" - Diccionario Inglés para los negocios

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tunenoun [C]

uk   us   /tjuːn/
in tune with if a ​person or ​organization is in tune with ​people or ​ideas, they are able to understand them: These new ​products are in tune with the ​requirements of a younger ​market. His ​approach to HR is in tune with the new ​managementpolicies.
to the tune of informal used to ​talk about how much something ​costs: The ​organization is ​funded by the UN to the tune of $30 million. The ​company is in ​debt to the tune of several million ​Euros.

tuneverb [T]

uk   us   /tjuːn/
to make ​smallimprovements to something so that it is as good as possible for a particular ​purpose: The ​projectdeals with tuning and ​optimisingdatabaseperformance for a ​leading UK ​charity. They need ​time to tune the ​launch of this ​product. They ​provide finely tuned teaching ​support appropriate to pupils' ​individualneeds.
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Phrasal verbs
(Definition of tune from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Traducciones de “tune”
en coreano 곡, 곡조, 선율…
en árabe أغنيّة, لَحْن…
in Malaysian tiun…
en francés air…
en ruso мелодия…
en chino (tradicionál) 曲調, 曲調,曲子, 旋律…
en italiano canzone, musica, melodia…
en turco ezgi, melodi, nağme…
en polaco melodia…
en español melodía…
in Vietnamese giai điệu…
en portugués música, melodia…
in Thai ทำนอง…
en alemán die Melodie…
en catalán melodia…
en japonés 曲, 歌, メロディー…
en chino (simplificado) 曲调, 曲调,曲子, 旋律…
in Indonesian lagu…
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