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tune in Broadcasting topic

tunetune2 ●○○ verb [transitive] πŸ”Š πŸ”Š 1 APMto make a musical instrument play at the right pitch πŸ”Š Someone’s coming tomorrow to tune the piano.2 (also tune up)TETTC to make small changes to an engine so that it works as well as possible3 TCBto make a radio or television receive broadcasts from a particular placetune something to something πŸ”Š The radio was tuned to a classical station. β†’ stay tuned at stay1(8)4 β†’ finely/highly tuned β†’ tune in β†’ tune out β†’ tune upβ†’ See Verb table
Examples from the Corpus
tuneβ€’ The bikes would sit somewhere between Superstock and superbike machines, with less tuning allowed to them than superbikes.β€’ Stay tuned, because the Carrey saga should get interesting.β€’ If the engine needs to be tuned, Dad can do it.β€’ Residents from at least 62 countries tuned in to the program.β€’ He is the main - no, the only - reason for tuning into Neighbours.β€’ Secondly, in some species the choice is remarkably finely tuned so that under certain circumstances familiarity may be preferred over novelty.β€’ The television was tuned to a rerun of "M.A.S.H."β€’ The entire world will have to stay tuned to find out.β€’ The detector has an amplifier that is tuned to recognize and amplify only the pulsed signal.