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stay tuned

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishstay tunedstay tuneda) to continue watching or listening to the same television channel or radio station b) used to say that you should look or listen for more information about a particular subject at a later time The project is still under discussion, so stay tuned. stay
Examples from the Corpus
stay tunedCould the same thing happen in the stock market this year? Stay tuned.Music Center sources say, so stay tuned.Stay tuned, because the Carrey saga should get interesting.Stay tuned for more on this late-breaking story.And some of us stay tuned to David Sesno.The entire world will have to stay tuned to find out.Even with remote controls at our fingertips, we are likely to stay tuned to the channel we have been watching.And they wanted us to stay tuned to the second half-hour for a thing on Vanna White.
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