tune

tune
tju:n 1. noun
(musical notes put together in a particular (melodic and pleasing) order; a melody: He played a tune on the violin.) melodi, låt
2. verb
1) (to adjust (a musical instrument, or its strings etc) to the correct pitch: The orchestra tuned their instruments.) stemme
2) (to adjust a radio so that it receives a particular station: The radio was tuned to a German station.) stille inn, avstemme
3) (to adjust (an engine etc) so that it runs well.) trimme, justere
- tunefully
- tunefulness
- tuneless
- tunelessly
- tunelessness
- tuner
- change one's tune
- in tune
- out of tune
- tune in
- tune up
harmoni
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låt
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melodi
I
subst. \/tjuːn\/
1) melodi, tone
2) (hverdagslig) låt
3) (på instrument) stemming, harmoni
4) (språkvitenskap) intonasjonsmønster, setningsmelodi
5) (overført) harmoni, samklang
6) (gammeldags) (sinns)stemning, humør
call the tune slå an tonen, bestemme
carry a tune (amer.) synge rent, holde tonen
change one's tune eller sing another tune eller sing a different tune ta en annen tone, la pipen få en annen låt
dance to someone's tune danse etter noens pipe
in tune stemt
be in tune with være i harmoni med, være i pakt med, være i samsvar med, harmonere med, passe sammen med være tilfreds med fungere bra med
in tune with the times i pakt med tiden
it goes to the tune of... den kan synges på melodien..., den går på melodien...
keep in tune holde stemmingen hold tonen, synge rent
not be in tune ikke være samstemt
out of tune ustemt i dårlig humør
be out of tune with ikke harmonere med, ikke være i pakt med, ikke være i samsvar med, ikke passe sammen med ha kommet på kant med ikke fungere med
play in tune spille rent
put in tune stemme
sing in tune synge rent
II
verb \/tjuːn\/
1) stemme
tune a piano
stemme et piano
2) (radio, også tune in) stille inn, innstille, avstemme
3) (overført) avstemme, avpasse, tilpasse
4) (poetisk) istemme, synge, nynne
tune a hymn
synge en salme
5) (poetisk) la lyde, uttrykke i sang
6) (mekanikk) justere, trimme, tilpasse
7) (gammeldags) påvirke
stay tuned (oppfordring i radio\/TV) vær med oss (videre)! , ikke skift kanal!
be tuned (in) to passe sammen med, harmonere med
the colours are not tuned to each other
fargene passer ikke sammen
være lydhør overfor, være mottakelig for
he is well tuned in to his surroundings
tune in (radio) stille inn, innstille (slang) være med der det skjer, tute med
tune out stille seg utenfor, melde seg ut koble ut
when things get too difficult, she tunes out
når ting blir for vanskelige, kobler hun ut
slutte å høre etter, vende det døve øret til
the children tuned out their mother's commands
barna vendte det døve øret til morens befalinger
tune up stemme stemme i, begynne å spille, begynne å synge (spøkefullt, om barn) sette i gang å hyle (teknikk, om motor) (fin)justere, (fin)innstille, trimme (spøkefullt) varme opp
the old opera singer began to tune up

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