Noun(1) a succession of notes forming a distinctive sequence(2) the property of producing accurately a note of a given pitch(3) the adjustment of a radio receiver or other circuit to a required frequency
Verb(1) adjust for (better(2) adjust the pitches of (musical instruments
(1) Schuman's scoring cannot change the music or the basic tune .(2) Jayachandran dismisses the allegation that some of the music composers lift the tune from old songs.(3) Anywhere in the crowd it was possible to tune a transistor radio to a translation in the language of your choice.(4) The poem is set to the music of the British tune , To Anacreon in Heaven.(5) She begins to hum the tune of the music, weeping, as the Artist strides away.(6) It will take money to tune the pianos, but that is far less than what it would cost to purchase a new piano.(7) He was singing softly at the tune of the melody too.(8) she left the theatre humming a cheerful tune(9) Now this isn't the only way to tune musical instruments.(10) she left the theater humming a cheerful tune(11) tune in next week and find out!(12) She was singing a little song that she had made up from the tune of the music box her mother had given her.(13) I started to hum a tune along with the music I was playing.(14) The radio had been tuned to some sort of country station that I had never heard of before.(15) Virginia was tuning her guitar to the keyboard at which Susan had seated herself.(16) He hears a beep from his radio, which is tuned to the LAPD band.
1. melody ::
2. strain ::
3. adjust ::
4. attune ::
1. conflict ::
2. disagreement ::
Different Formstune, tuned, tuneful, tuneless, tunes, tuning
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