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Definición de “attuned to” en inglés

attuned to

adjective [after verb] uk   /əˈtjuːnd/ us    /-ˈtuːnd/
able to understand, or being very familiar with: A good nurse has to be attuned to the needs of his or her patients. If your ears are attuned to a particular sound, they are able to recognize it very easily: A mother's ears are attuned to even the slightest variation in her baby's breathing.
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