tuneless

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Englisch - Türkisch
(Muzik) ezgisiz
ahenksiz
zevksiz
müziksiz
{s} uyumsuz
{s} sessiz
sessiz/ahenksiz
makamsız
{s} nağmesiz
tune
ezgi

Bu ezgiyi daha önce duyduğumu hatırlıyorum. - I remember hearing this tune before.

O ezgiyi kuyruklu piyanosunda çaldı. - She played that tune on her grand piano.

tune
{f} akort etmek
tune
melodi

Tom'un bütün istediği Mary'nin ukelede bir çift melodi çalmasıydı. - All Tom wanted was for Mary to play a couple of tunes on her ukulele.

En favori melodilerimden birisi radyoda çalıyordu. - One of my favorite tunes was playing on the radio.

tune
{i} ayar

Tom bir piyano ayarlayıcı. - Tom is a piano tuner.

Sanırım onun bir ayara ihtiyacı var. - I think it needs a tune-up.

tune
nağme
tune
{f} yoluna koymak
tune
akortlamak
tune
ahenksiz

Ahenksiz şarkı söylesen bile, bize katıl. - Even if you sing out of tune, join us.

tune
istasyona ayarlamak
tune
vana
tune
istasyon ayarı
tune
(Bilgisayar) hassas ayarla
tune
ayar etmek
tune
uyumlamak
tune
{i} kanal ayarı
tune
uyum

Tom'un evinin içindeki piyano uyumsuz. - The piano in Tom's house is out of tune.

O uyumsuz şarkı söylüyor. - She sings out of tune.

tune
mahnı
tune
{f} ayarla

Tom bir piyano ayarlayıcı. - Tom is a piano tuner.

Tom piyanosunu ayarlattı. - Tom had his piano tuned.

tune
hava
tune
düzen vermek
tune
(makineyi) ayarlamak
tune
ezgin
tune
nagm
tune
ezgiye
tune
akortlu olmak
tune
uydurmak
tune
ahenk

Ahenksiz şarkı söylesen bile, bize katıl. - Even if you sing out of tune, join us.

tune
{f} uyumlu olmak
tune
ayarlamak
tune
tune down sesi bastırmak
tune
ahenkli olmak
tune
{f} istasyona ayarlamak (radyo)
tune
tune out istasyonu düzeltmek
tune
{f} (motoru) ayar etmek, ayarlamak
tune
{i} makam
tune
sesi uymak
tune
ahenkle çalmak
tune
{f} çalgıyı akort etmek
tune
tune in belirli bir istasyonu açmak
tune
{i} akort

Tom Mary'nin gitarını onun için akort etti. - Tom tuned Mary's guitar for her.

Tom piyanoları akort etmeyi öğrenmek için okula gitti. - Tom went to school to learn how to tune pianos.

tune
{i} istasyon ayarı (radyo)
Englisch - Englisch
having no pleasing tune; not tuneful
silent or mute
{a} destitute of harmony, harsh, rough
Without tune; inharmonious; unmusical
Tuneless music and voices do not sound pleasant. Someone walked by, singing a tuneless song. + tunelessly tune·less·ly My dad whistled tunelessly through his teeth. not having a pleasant tune
Not expressed in music or poetry; unsung
{s} not in tune, unmelodious; silent
Not employed in making music; as, tuneless harps
not having a musical sound or pleasing tune
tune
To adjust a mechanical, electric or electronic device (such as a radio or a car engine) so that it functions optimally
tune
The state or condition of being correctly tuned

Your engine is now in tune.

tune
The act of tuning or maintenance

Your engine needs a good tune.

tune
To modify a musical instrument so that it produces the correct pitches
tune
A melody
tune
A song, or short musical composition
tune
To make more precise, intense, or effective
tune
{v} to put into a musical state, prepare, sing
tune
{n} harmony, an air, order, state, fit temper
tune
Song
tune
A way to adjust the sound of the synthesizer Early analogs required you to tune through an analog knob, sometimes tuning each individual VCO; most of today's modern digitals, in contrast, allow you to tune with a menu, and usually express the tuning in terms of +/- cents off of the standard tuning
tune
To modify the kernel by changing the values of kernel variables, thus improving system performance
tune
the property of producing accurately a note of a given pitch; "he cannot sing in tune"; "the clarinet was out of tune"
tune
disapproval 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
tune
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?
tune
he who pays the piper calls the tune: see piper
tune
Melody
tune
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. Tune up means the same as tune. Others were quietly tuning up their instruments
tune
{f} adjust to obtain correct musical pitch; adjust to improve operation (e.g. a car engine); adjust to obtain operational conditions (e.g. radio frequency); coordinate, make harmonious; make a musical sound; adjust to a different goal or framework
tune
Condition
tune
The state of giving the proper, sound or sounds; just intonation; harmonious accordance; pitch of the voice or an instrument; adjustment of the parts of an instrument so as to harmonize with itself or with others; as, the piano, or the organ, is not in tune
tune
To give tone to; to attune; to adapt in style of music; to make harmonious
tune
melody; for instrumental music, a complete melody consisting typically of at least two strains, each of which is repeated
tune
Order; harmony; concord; fit disposition, temper, or humor; right mood
tune
A rhythmical, melodious, symmetrical series of tones for one voice or instrument, or for any number of voices or instruments in unison, or two or more such series forming parts in harmony; a melody; an air; as, a merry tune; a mournful tune; a slow tune; a psalm tune
tune
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
tune
a succession of notes forming a distinctive sequence; "she was humming an air from Beethoven"
tune
{i} melody; state of having the correct musical pitch; harmony; proper adjustment
tune
To form one sound to another; to form accordant musical sounds
tune
To sing with melody or harmony
tune
A tune is a series of musical notes that is pleasant and easy to remember. She was humming a merry little tune. = melody
tune
To make small changes to configuration in order to produce more efficient operation
tune
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
tune
disapproval 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?
tune
To utter inarticulate harmony with the voice; to sing without pronouncing words; to hum
tune
A sound; a note; a tone
tune
adjust for (better) functioning; "tune the engine
tune
To put into a proper state or disposition
tune
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
tune
You can refer to a song or a short piece of music as a tune. She'll also be playing your favourite pop tunes
tune
number of transverse oscillations that a particle undergoes during one orbit of an accelerator Its magnitude is primarily a function of quadrupole strengths
tune
1) Aligning a musical instrument to a standard pitch, or adjusting musical instruments for playing together 2) Adjusting the equalisation of a sound system to suit the acoustic characteristics of a specific room and/or style of performance
tune
adjust for (better) functioning; "tune the engine"
tune
The number of "betatron" oscillations that a particle makes in a single revolution of the AGS The average number of oscilliatons that a beam of many particles makes is the number usually being referred to when the term is used
tune
To put into a state adapted to produce the proper sounds; to harmonize, to cause to be in tune; to correct the tone of; as, to tune a piano or a violin
tune
the adjustment of a radio receiver or other circuit to a required frequency
tune
Harmony
tune
of musical instruments; "My piano needs to be tuned"
tune
the adjustment of a radio receiver or other circuit to a required frequency the property of producing accurately a note of a given pitch; "he cannot sing in tune"; "the clarinet was out of tune"
tune
Adjusting the engine or motor to perform at it's best
tune
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. see also fine-tune, signature tune, tuning fork
tune
To modify a musical instrument so that each component is aligned in a suitable pattern
tune
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. Tune up means the same as tune. The shop charges up to $500 to tune up a Porsche
tunelessly
in a tuneless fashion; "he whistled tunelessly
tunelessly
In a tuneless manner
tunelessly
unmelodiously, unmusically, inharmoniously; in a tuneless manner
tuneless
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