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be/become attuned to something

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbe/become attuned to somethingbe/become attuned to somethingNOT KNOWto be or become familiar with the way someone thinks or behaves so that you can react to them in a suitable way British companies still aren’t really attuned to the needs of the Japanese market. attuned
Examples from the Corpus
be/become attuned to somethingAnd so maybe then, gradually at first, Kathy became attuned to a curious new odor in the air.But we try to be attuned to modern artifacts and what active players are doing, too.I became attuned to the high-toned squeaking of shrews, which appeared to be engaged in conflict.Having become attuned to them, I now hear them everywhere, every day.
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