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Tune In

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1. tune in

regulate (a radio or television set) in order to receive a certain station or program

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Tune In

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verb (adverb; often foll by to)
to adjust (a radio or television) to receive (a station or programme)
2. slang
to make or become more aware, knowledgeable, etc (about)

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Tune In

see synonyms of tune in
to adjust a radio or television receiver to a given frequency or channel so as to receive (a specified station, program, etc.)
2.  US, Slang
to become or make aware, knowing, hip, etc.

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Tune In

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1. Music
a. A melody, especially a simple and easily remembered one.
b. A song.
c. The state of being in correct pitch: sang out of tune; played in tune with the piano.
d. Obsolete A musical tone.
a. Concord or agreement; harmony: in tune with the times.
b. Archaic Frame of mind; disposition.
3. Electronics Adjustment of a receiver or circuit for maximum response to a given signal or frequency.
v. tuned, tun·ing, tunes
a. Music To put into proper pitch: tuned the violin.
b. Archaic To utter musically; sing.
2. To adjust or adopt in order to meet specific requirements or conditions, especially:
a. To adjust (an electronic receiver) to a desired frequency.
b. To adjust (an electronic circuit) so as to make it resonant with a given input signal.
c. To adjust (an engine, for example) for maximum usability or performance.
d. To adjust the wavelength output of (a laser).
To become attuned.

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