tune, melody, air, strain, melodic line, line, melodic phrase(noun)
a succession of notes forming a distinctive sequence
"she was humming an air from Beethoven"
aviation, personal credit line, cable, business, billet, stemma, tenor, stress, variant, ancestry, agate line, lineage, crinkle, stock, telephone circuit, pains, seam, breeze, bloodline, melodic phrase, air travel, demarcation, course, crease, melodic line, air, zephyr, short letter, nervous strain, line of products, job, assembly line, contrast, nisus, aura, product line, straining, line of work, blood, bank line, line of merchandise, rail line, personal line of credit, form, melody, song, mental strain, strain, dividing line, transmission line, breed, airwave, line of descent, argumentation, channel, logical argument, phone line, furrow, atmosphere, parentage, wrinkle, descent, blood line, gentle wind, tonal pattern, occupation, line of business, var., pedigree, pipeline, line of credit, line, business line, railway line, striving, subscriber line, origin, communication channel, telephone line, credit line, production line, line of reasoning, note, argument
the property of producing accurately a note of a given pitch
"he cannot sing in tune"; "the clarinet was out of tune"
the adjustment of a radio receiver or other circuit to a required frequency
tune, tune up(verb)
adjust for (better) functioning
"tune the engine"
tune, tune up(verb)
adjust the pitches of (musical instruments)
"My piano needs to be tuned"
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How to use tune in a sentence?
The human language is like a cracked kettle on which we beat out a tune for a dancing bear, when we hope with our music to move the stars.
Smokers know that cigarettes are bad for them, but they likely tune out vague warnings that they have seen for years, such as `smoking causes cancer,’ seeing images of diseased lungs and people suffering from the negative health impacts of smoking appear to affect smokers in ways that simple text-only messages cannot achieve.
The job openings for librarians can be very lucrative, some universities and colleges have 24/7 hours of operations, while neighborhood libraries, although they have shorter hours, still offer part-timers the opportunity to earn extra money while working in a quiet setting.As most libraries are computer driven, it also gives baby boomers a chance to fine-tune their PC skills.
By 2030, two-thirds of the world's population will be living in cities, and we know that living in an urban environment can be pretty toxic to Aiden Doherty circadian system because of all the artificial light that Aiden Doherty're exposed to, so we need to think about ways to help people tune in to their natural rhythms of activity and sleeping more effectively. Hopefully, that will protect a lot of people from mood disorders.
Then one man from a tiny community in Ijaw comes. He's not Yoruba, Igbo, or Hausa. They can't bear it, he who pays the piper must dictate the tune, and the delta has been paying the piper for so very long. If they make war, we can make war. We have the capacity to take what's ours.
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- melodia, afinar, tonadaCatalan, Valencian
- Melodie, stimmenGerman
- afinar, melodíaSpanish
- virittää, sävel, vire, säätö, ralli, tuunaus, laulelma, sävelmäFinnish
- mélodie, réglerFrench
- mànran, port, gleus, fonnScottish Gaelic
- affinare, registrare, accordare, messa a punto, composizione, mettere a punto, regolare, regolazione, melodiaItalian
- afstemmen, stemmenDutch
- afinar, melodia, tunar, ajustarPortuguese
- настройка, мелодия, настроенныйRussian
- melodi, stämma, låtSwedish
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