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N-COUNT 曲调;调子;主旋律 A tune is a series of musical notes that is pleasant and easy to remember.
She was humming a merry little tune.
N-COUNT 歌曲;短乐曲 You can refer to a song or a short piece of music as a tune .
She'll also be playing your favourite pop tunes.
VERB 为(乐器)调音 When someone tunes a musical instrument, they adjust it so that it produces the right notes.
'We do tune our guitars before we go on,' he insisted.
VERB 调试，调整(发动机或机器) When an engine or machine is tuned, it is adjusted so that it works well.
Drivers are urged to make sure that car engines are properly tuned.
VERB 调谐;调频道;调台 If your radio or television is tuned to a particular broadcasting station, you are listening to or watching the programmes being broadcast by that station.
A small colour television was tuned to an afternoon soap opera.
PHRASE 发号施令;控制;操纵 If you say that a person or organization is calling the tune, you mean that they are in a position of power or control in a particular situation.
Who would then be calling the tune in Parliament?
PHRASE 改变调子;变卦;改变态度 If you say that someone has changed their tune, you are criticizing them because they have changed their opinion or way of doing things.
You've changed your tune since this morning, haven't you?...
Yesterday he changed his tune, saying the fare increase was experimental.
PHRASE 被…牵着鼻子走;受…的控制 If you say that someone is dancing to someone else's tune, you mean that they are allowing themselves to be controlled by the other person.
The danger of commercialism is that the churches end up dancing to the tune of their big business sponsors.
PHRASE 合调的/走调的;在调子上/不在调子上 A person or musical instrument that is in tune produces exactly the right notes. A person or musical instrument that is out of tune does not produce exactly the right notes.
It was just an ordinary voice, but he sang in tune...
Many of the notes are out of tune...
PHRASE 一致/不一致;赞同/不赞同 If you are in tune with a group of people, you are in agreement or sympathy with them. If you are out of tune with them, you are not in agreement or sympathy with them.
Today, his change of direction seems more in tune with the times...
The peace campaigners were probably out of tune with most Britons.
PREP-PHRASE 高达;共计 To the tune of a particular amount of money means to the extent of that amount.
They've been sponsoring the World Cup to the tune of a million and a half pounds.
他们已经对世界杯提供了高达 150 万英镑的赞助费。