Word: tune

Category: tune

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Related words: tune

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Synonyms: tune

melody, air, strain, theme, song, jingle, ditty, earworm, line

Translations: tune

spanish
templar, acordar, aire, melodía, sintonizar


german
lied, melodie, weise, stimmung

french
accorder, mélodie, concert, chanson, correspondance, ...

italian
aria, motivo, melodia

portuguese
atum, toada, melodia, sintonizar

dutch
deuntje, stemmen, wijsje, melodie, deun

russian
мотив, настраивать, настроить, мелодия, напев, ...

norwegian
harmoni, låt, melodi

swedish
melodi, stämma, ton

finnish
vire, säädellä, säätää, virittää, sävelmä

danish
melodi

czech
naladit, shoda, nápěv, souhlas, vyladit, ...

polish
melodia, nastrajać, nastroić, ton, nuta, ...

hungarian
dallam, dallamot, hangolni, hangolás

turkish
ezgi, melodi

greek
κουρδίζω, μελωδία

ukrainian
мотив, мелодія, настроювати, настроїти

albanian
melodi, akordoj, mendje, akorduar, të akorduar

bulgarian
мелодия, настройвам, настройка, настроите, настройка на

belarusian
наладзіць, настроіць

estonian
toon, häälestama

croatian
harmonija, intonacija, pjesma, zvuk, napjev, ...

icelandic
vísalag

lithuanian
melodija, arija

latvian
tēma, ārija, melodija

macedonian
мелодија, нагодување, склад, мелодијата, се вклучите

romanian
ton, ton de, melodie, regla

slovenian
melodija, melodijo, pesem, nastavite

slovak
melódie, melódia, zvonenia, melodie, zvonenie

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The meaning and "use of": tune

noun
  • a melody, especially one that characterizes a certain piece of music.

verb
  • adjust (a musical instrument) to the correct or uniform pitch.
  • adjust (a receiver circuit such as a radio or television) to the frequency of the required signal.
  • adjust (an engine) or balance (mechanical parts) so that a vehicle runs smoothly and efficiently.
  • adjust or adapt (something) to a particular purpose or situation.

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