tune

listen to the pronunciation of tune
Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
akort etmek
{i} ayar

O, klarnetini ayarlattı. - He had his clarinet tuned.

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

ezgi

Bu ezgiyi piyanoda çalabilir. - She can play this tune on the piano.

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

{i} 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.

Tom nehir boyunca yürürken bir melodiyi ıslıkla çaldı. - Tom whistled a tune as he walked along the river.

nağme
akortlamak
{f} yoluna koymak
ahenksiz

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

istasyona ayarlamak
uyumlamak
istasyon ayarı
akort

Bu piyano muhtemelen yıllardır akort edilmemiş. - This piano has probably not been tuned for years.

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

{i} kanal ayarı
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.

(makineyi) ayarlamak
hava
{f} ayarla

Bir piyanonun nasıl ayarlanacağını biliyor musun? - Do you know how to tune a piano?

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

düzen vermek
mahnı
{f} akortlu olmak
tune out istasyonu düzeltmek
{i} makam
{f} uyumlu olmak
{i} istasyon ayarı (radyo)
{i} ahenk

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

{f} istasyona ayarlamak (radyo)
tune in belirli bir istasyonu açmak
{f} ayarlamak
{f} çalgıyı akort etmek
ahenkle çalmak
sesi uymak
ahenkli olmak
{f} (motoru) ayar etmek, ayarlamak
{f} uydurmak
tune down sesi bastırmak
vana
(Bilgisayar) hassas ayarla
ayar etmek
nagm
ezgin
ezgiye
tune for
(Bilgisayar) ayarlama
tune into
dikkate almak
tune of
kapamak
tune on
açmak
tune up
(Muzik) çalgıları uyumlamak
tune cycle
kanal çevrimi
tune in
açmak
tune in
ayarla
tune in on
tune up
düzen vermek
tune up
ayar etmek
tune up
{f} ayarla
tune up
ayarlamak
tune up
{i} ses açma
tune in
(radyo) dalgayı ayarlamak
tune in
(belirli bir istasyonu) açmak
tune in to a station
Bir istasyon için nağme
tune out
Dikkat vermemek, dikkati kesmek
tune up
akort etmek
tune up
(Otomotiv) motor, sensör ve ciplerine yapılan komple bakım
tune up
ayarla(mak)
tune-up
ayarlama
tune hejaz
(Muzik) hicaz makamı
tune in
dalgayı ayarlamak
tune in
istasyon bulmak (radyo)
tune in
radyo
tune one upon another
(Tekstil) ayarı mükemmelleştirmek
tune out
duymazdan gelmek
tune to
hazırlanmak (uçuş vb.)
tune to
sesini yükseltmek
tune to
istasyona ayarlamak (radyo)
tune up
uydurmak
tune up
şarkı söylemeğe başlamak
tune up wizard
(Bilgisayar) başarım ayarlama sihirbazı
tuning
ayarlama
tuning
ayar
be in tune with
(deyim) uyuşmak
be in tune with
(deyim) uyum içinde olmak
in tune
ahenkli
in tune with
ile uyumlu
sing another tune
alttan almak
tune in
ayarlamak
tuned
ayarlı
tuned
(Muzik) akort edilmiş
tuneful
uyumlu
tuneless
(Muzik) ezgisiz
tuning
aygıtın ayarlanması
tuning
ayarlayarak
tuning
(Muzik) düzen
tuning
ahenk
tuning
reglaj
tuning
akort etme

Orkestra akort etme sırasında kulak tırmalayan sesler yapar. - The orchestra makes discordant noises when tuning up.

tuning
(Bilgisayar) sıklık uyumlaması
change one's tune
ağız değiştirmek
in tune
uyumlu
in tune
akortlu
one conventional tune cycle
bir klasik ayar çevrimi
sing another tune
ağız değiştirmek
to the tune of
miktarına kadar
tuned
{f} ayarla

O, klarnetini ayarlattı. - He had his clarinet tuned.

Tom gitarını ayarladı. - Tom tuned his guitar.

tuned
akortlu
tuneful
kulağa hoş gelen
tuneful
dinlemesi zevkli
tunefulness
ahenklilik
tuneless
zevksiz
tuning
{f} ayarla
tuning
düzenleme
tuning
bir istasyonu bulma
Pay the piper and call the tune
Parayı veren düdüğü çalar
be in tune
nağme olmak
fine tune
İnce ayar yapmak
fine tune
To make small adjustments in for optimal performance or effectiveness: “Advertising agencies kept fine-tuning the coolly calculated machinery of merchandising and hype” (New Yorker)
fine-tune
İnce ayar
he who pays the piper calls the tune
(Atasözü) parayı veren düdüğü çalar
in tune
Uyum halinde
in tune with
Uyum içinde; aynı fikirde
in tune with
Uyum içerisinde
out of tune
akortsuz

Piyano akortsuzdu; çok kötü ses veriyordu. - The piano was out of tune; it sounded very bad.

Tom sık sık akortsuz şarkı söyler. - Tom often sings out of tune.

out-of-tune
akortsuz
theme song/tune
film müziği, ana müzik, anatema
to tune in
akortlu için
tuned
ayarlanmış
tuneless
ahenksiz
whistle a tune
Bir melodi ıslık
change tune
(deyim) change one's tune tavrını değiştirmek,ağız değiştirmek
dance to smb.'s tune
suyuna gitmek
go out of tune
akordu bozulmak
in tune
hatta
out of tune
akordu bozuk
out of tune
uyumsuz

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

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

out of tune
ahenksiz

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

signature tune
tanıtım müziği
signature tune
radyo sinyal müziği
sing a different tune
{k} ağız değiştirmek
sing to the tune of something
bir şeyin tonunda söylemek
strike up a tune
(bando, orkestra v.b.) bir parça çalmaya başlamak
take out of tune
detone olmak
to the tune of
büyük para karşılığı
to the tune of
{k} (deyim) buyuk para karsiligi
to the tune of
melodisiyle
to the tune of
k.dili. tutarında
tune to
istasyona ayarlamak
tune up
ayarlama
tune up
ısınma
tuned
ayarlanmis
tuneful
hoş sesli
tuneful
{s} hoş
tuneful
{s} güzel sesli
tuneful
nağmeli
tuneful
tunefullyahenkle
tuneful
tunefulnesshoş seslilik
tuneful
ahenkli
tunefully
ahenkle
tuneless
uyumsuz
tuneless
nağmesiz
tuneless
sessiz
tuneless
müziksiz
tuneless
makamsız
tuneless
sessiz/ahenksiz
tuning
tuning fork diyapazon
tuning
akort

Orkestra akort etme sırasında kulak tırmalayan sesler yapar. - The orchestra makes discordant noises when tuning up.

Tom gitarını akort ediyor. - Tom is tuning his guitar.

tuning
uydurma
tuning
çalgıda düzenleme
tuning
istasyonu ayarlama
tuning
tuning key piyano akort aleti
tuning
tuning pin akort anahtar
who pays the piper calls the tune
parayı veren düdüğü çalar
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
To make more precise, intense, or effective
A song, or short musical composition
The state or condition of being correctly tuned

Your engine is now in tune.

The act of tuning or maintenance

Your engine needs a good tune.

To adjust a mechanical, electric or electronic device (such as a radio or a car engine) so that it functions optimally
A melody
To modify a musical instrument so that it produces the correct pitches
{v} to put into a musical state, prepare, sing
{n} harmony, an air, order, state, fit temper
To make small changes to configuration in order to produce more efficient operation
of musical instruments; "My piano needs to be tuned"
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
Adjusting the engine or motor to perform at it's best
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
To modify a musical instrument so that each component is aligned in a suitable pattern
To modify the kernel by changing the values of kernel variables, thus improving system performance
Condition
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
the property of producing accurately a note of a given pitch; "he cannot sing in tune"; "the clarinet was out of 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
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?
Melody
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
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
{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
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"
Harmony
the adjustment of a radio receiver or other circuit to a required frequency
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
number of transverse oscillations that a particle undergoes during one orbit of an accelerator Its magnitude is primarily a function of quadrupole strengths
To form one sound to another; to form accordant musical sounds
{i} melody; state of having the correct musical pitch; harmony; proper adjustment
a succession of notes forming a distinctive sequence; "she was humming an air from Beethoven"
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
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
Order; harmony; concord; fit disposition, temper, or humor; right mood
melody; for instrumental music, a complete melody consisting typically of at least two strains, each of which is repeated
To give tone to; to attune; to adapt in style of music; to make harmonious
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
adjust for (better) functioning; "tune the engine"
A tune is a series of musical notes that is pleasant and easy to remember. She was humming a merry little tune. = melody
he who pays the piper calls the tune: see piper
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
To put into a proper state or disposition
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
A sound; a note; a tone
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
You can refer to a song or a short piece of music as a tune. She'll also be playing your favourite pop tunes
adjust for (better) functioning; "tune the engine
To utter inarticulate harmony with the voice; to sing without pronouncing words; to hum
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?
To sing with melody or harmony
Song
tune in
To pay attention
tune in
To select a channel, station, etc., as on television or radio
tune in, turn on, drop out
Pay attention to the new way of living; take drugs; abandon the established ways
tune out
To change the channel or frequency away from

I was tired of talk radio so I tuned out of that station and tuned into one playing all music.

tune out
To fail to pay attention to; to ignore

I have a hard time tuning out a television that is on.

tune up
To make adjustments to an engine in order to improve its performance
tune up
To make preparations for vigorous exercise; to warm up
tune-up
A series of preparations for vigorous exercise; a warm-up
tune-up
A series of adjustments to an engine in order to improve its performance
tune in
If you tune in to a particular television or radio station or programme, you watch or listen to it. More than six million youngsters tune in to Blockbusters every day The idea that people plan their radio listening is nonsense; most tune in impulsively
tune in
If you tune in to something such as your own or other people's feelings, you become aware of them. You can start now to tune in to your own physical, social and spiritual needs. see also tuned in
tune in
(Slang) become more knowledgeable about something, make more aware
tune in
regulate (a radio or television set) in order to receive a certain station or program
tune up
When a group of musicians tune up, they adjust their instruments so that they produce the right notes. I could hear the sound of a band tuning up. see also tune 4
tune up
adjustment of the motor (of a car, etc.) in order to make sure that the engine is running properly
tune up
of musical instruments; "My piano needs to be tuned"
tune up
adjust for (better) functioning; "tune the engine"
tune-up
exercising in preparation for strenuous activity
tune-up
An obsolete term used to describe the periodic maintenance that's performed when "tuning" an engine to its original specs With today's electronic ignition systems that require no periodic adjustments, sealed carburetors and non-adjustable fuel injection, there's not much left to adjust Today's tune-up, therefore, consists primarily of replacing the spark plugs, checking timing and idle speed It may also include replacing the air and fuel filters and inspecting the emissions control system but as far as "tuning" is concerned, there's little left to tune
tune-up
The process of replacing fuel filters, air filters, and spark plugs to ensure that air, fuel, and spark are available in good condition to obtain maximum engine efficiency
tune-up
The notes sung (usually creating a chord) which allow the singers to reach their first note of the song
tune-up
adjustments made to an engine to improve its performance
carry a tune
To produce music, especially to sing, with accurate pitch

Jenny is named for a singer and Fanny for a beautiful dancer, but mother says they're both misfits, for Jenny can't carry a tune and Fanny's kind of stiff-legged.

change one's tune
To reconsider; rethink; to reach a different conclusion

I think they'll change their tune as soon as they try it the other way.

change one's tune
To change one's story

The suspect changed his tune when he learned the police had the evidence.

fine-tune
To make small adjustments to something until optimization is achieved
in tune
Having the correct musical pitch

I need to fiddle with the strings on my violin. It doesn't sound in tune.

loony tune
a silly or crazy person
out of tune
not in agreement, especially in musical pitch

The violins go out of tune in damp weather.

signature tune
The tune that opens and/or closes a radio or television programme
to the tune of
roughly; about; as much as; to the sum of, to the extent of

The damage that he did to his car was to the tune of two grand.

tuned
Simple past tense and past participle of tune
tuneful
having or producing a pleasing tune; melodic or melodious
tuning
Present participle of tune
tuning
The calibration of a musical instrument to a standard pitch
tuning
Action of the verb to tune
who pays the piper calls the tune
One who pays for something controls it
call the tune
Exercise authority or be in charge
tuneful
{a} harmonious, melodious, musical
tuneless
{a} destitute of harmony, harsh, rough
fine-tune
To make small adjustments in for optimal performance or effectiveness: “Advertising agencies kept fine-tuning the coolly calculated machinery of merchandising and hype” (New Yorker)
call the tune
exercise authority or be in charge; "Who is calling the shots in this house?"
change one's tune
change one's opinion, change one's mind
change tune
alter the tone in one's voice; adopt a new position, take a different attitude
dance to another tune
change one's opinion; change one's behavior
dance to the tune of
dance while listening to the music of; let someone or something guide your behavior or attitude
fine tune
The adjustment of pitch in the smallest of increments, typically 100ths of a semitone, or "cents "
fine-tune
adjust finely; "fine-tune the engine
fine-tune
If you fine-tune something, you make very small and precise changes to it in order to make it as successful or effective as it possibly can be. We do not try to fine-tune the economy on the basis of short-term predictions + fine-tuning fine-tuning There's a lot of fine-tuning to be done yet. to make very small changes to something such as a machine, system, or plan, so that it works as well as possible
fine-tune
A method by which the Fed controls the nation's economy by controlling the amount of money in circulation
fine-tune
improve or perfect by pruning or polishing; "refine one's style of writing"
fine-tune
adjust finely; "fine-tune the engine"
fine-tune
make fine adjustments or divide into marked intervals for optimal measuring; "calibrate an instrument"; "graduate a cylinder"
hum a tune
sing a melody with the lips closed
in tune
in the proper pitch, in harmony (Music); in agreement with (someone)
in tune with
in harmony with, in agreement with, in accordance with
in tune with the times
suited to the day and age in which one lives
loony tune
insane or mad person, eccentric person (Slang)
out of tune
sing not in the proper musical key; be adjusted improperly, be out of key
out of tune with the times
not suited to his times, not appropriate for his days
popular tune
piece of music that is well known and liked
signature tune
signature: a melody used to identify a performer or a dance band or radio/tv program
signature tune
A signature tune is the tune which is always played at the beginning or end of a particular television or radio programme, or which people associate with a particular performer. Doesn't that sound like the signature tune from The Late Late Show?. a short piece of music used at the beginning and end of a television or radio programme
signature tune
jingle, unique melody (of a radio station, television show, etc.)
sing a different tune
speak differently, change one's stance
sing out of tune
sing with incorrect notes, sign with incorrect tones
sing the same tune
be unanimous, be of one voice
tuned
past of tune
tuned
brought to correct pitch; "his tuned violin"; "the attuned instruments"
tuned
so adjusted as to be appropriate or brought into harmony; "an industry not attuned to the demands of the market"; "a remark keyed to the situation"; "charges finely tuned to the amount a student can afford"
tuned
Adjusted in pitch or resonance
tuned
tuned in equal temperament; or so tuned as to allow modulation into other keys
tuneful
Harmonious; melodious; musical; as, tuneful notes
tuneful
A piece of music that is tuneful has a pleasant tune. pleasant to listen to
tuneful
having a musical sound; especially a pleasing tune
tuneful
{s} musical, melodious; producing melody
tunefully
melodically, melodiously, musically, in a tuneful manner
tunefully
In a tuneful manner
tunefully
in a melodious manner; "she sang melodiously"
tunefulness
The property of being tuneful
tunefulness
{i} melodiousness, quality of being tuneful
tuneless
silent or mute
tuneless
not having a musical sound or pleasing tune
tuneless
Not employed in making music; as, tuneless harps
tuneless
{s} not in tune, unmelodious; silent
tuneless
Not expressed in music or poetry; unsung
tuneless
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
tuneless
Without tune; inharmonious; unmusical
tuneless
having no pleasing tune; not tuneful
tunelessly
in a tuneless fashion; "he whistled tunelessly
tunelessly
In a tuneless manner
tunelessly
unmelodiously, unmusically, inharmoniously; in a tuneless manner
tunes
plural of tune
tunes
third-person singular of tune
tuning
from Tune, v
tuning
The control of electric light through the use of dimming equipment
tuning
440 Hertz is the normal tuning value However, the pitch of a synthesizer can be altered-- raised or lowered Changes in the tune value are expressed as plus or minus cents
tuning
The use of various techniques involving adjustments to both hardware and software to improve the operating efficiency of a computer system
tuning
process of adjusting the resonance frequency , e g of the RF circuit, to a desired value, e g the Larmor frequency More generally, the process of adjusting the components of the spectrometer for optimal NMR signal strength
tuning
The art! of obtaining the most consistent arrow flight from a bow and arrow for any particular archer This is achieved by matching the arrow spine, FOC, fletchings to the bow, and by adjustment of the bow string (number of strands/type of material), nocking point, bracing height, tiller, Plunger button (spring tension and offset) and type of stabiliser setup used In fact just about anything that is or is not adjustable can affect the tune of the bow,arrow ,archer setup
tuning
Tuning is a lighting control device that allows authorized personnel only to select a single light level within a continuous range
tuning
Process of Establishing the Desired Frequency of a System
tuning
A technique used in GC/MS procedures to verify that the instrument is properly calibrated to produce reliable mass spectral information
tuning
The adjustment of standard parameters and tolerances to permit faster solution of a problem
tuning
  Adjusting the parameters and components of a circuit so that it resonates at a particular frequency or so that the current or voltage is either maximized or minimized at a specific point in the circuit   Note:   Tuning is usually accomplished by adjusting the capacitance or the inductance, or both, of elements that are connected to or in the circuit   [From Weik '89]
tuning
adjusting the parameters of a system in an effort to optimize performance
tuning
The process of bringing the partials of a bell into harmonious arrangement (sometimes called inner tuning) and/or the strike notes of a peal of bells into harmonious arrangement (sometimes called outer tuning) Usually achieved by removing metal from the inside of the bell (Just tuning is something different)
tuning
another word for temperament
tuning
the adjustment of a system or circuit to secure optimum performance
tuning
– The adjustment of control terms or parameter values to produce a desired control effect
tuning
(music) calibrating something (an instrument or electronic circuit) to a standard frequency
tuning
{i} act of tuning, process of adjusting to match a given standard or pitch
tuning
Finding the executable version of a program that uses the least of a critical resource on a given hardware platform The critical resource is usually time; the tuned program runs fastest However, tuning for least memory or I/O use is also possible Tuning is done by: altering the program's source code to use a different algorithm; by compiling the program with a different compiler or with different compiler options to get a more highly optimized executable; or changing the numbers of CPUs or placement of memory at execution time
tuning
The process of changing the parameters of a device or a system to achieve a specified or improved performance
whistle a tune
make a sound which can be identified with a tune
Турецкий язык - Английский Язык

Определение tune в Турецкий язык Английский Язык словарь

oyun havası tune
(which accompanies a folk dance)
tune
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