Synonyms of tune
1 melodyDictionary • She was humming a merry little tune.
melody • a catchy melody with a frenetic beat
air • an old Irish air
song • a voice singing a Spanish song
jingle • advertising jingles
2 harmonyDictionary • It was an ordinary voice, but he sang in tune.
harmony • singing in harmony
2 regulateDictionary • He will rapidly be tuned to the keynote of his new associates.
regulate • He breathed deeply, trying to regulate the pound of his heartbeat.
adapt • Things will be different and we will have to adapt.
modulate • He carefully modulated his voice.
harmonize • The music had to harmonize with the seasons.
attune • Meditation helps me to attune myself to the patient.
IDIOMS:▷ call the tune
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adaptIf you adapt to a new situation or adapt yourself to it, you change your ideas or behaviour in order to deal with it successfully.
• Things will be different and we will have to adapt.
• an old Irish air
attitudeYour attitude to something is the way that you think and feel about it, especially when this shows in the way you behave.
• the general change in attitude towards them
Thesaurus for tune from the Collins English Thesaurus
a melody, esp one for which harmony is not essential
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