DICTIONARY

tune

動詞
  • ja

    調整する

    Globify による定義
  • en

    to adjust or make small changes in something in order to make it work better

    Globify による定義
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So, as you guys know, I have a song called 'Yummy.'
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So I tuned my guitar backstage.
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And now it's higher.
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So I gotta figure out whether I can still hit these notes.
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So, this is for you, and yeah, this is for you.
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Thank you.
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You're welcome.
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I'll tune it for you and stuff.
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- Okay. - That's pretty impressive.
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The horn.
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That works.
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And I actually tuned it to a G minor.
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Let me just tune my guitar.
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Sergio, give me a G.
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Also the tuner is trying to tune my voice right now.
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Keith, your voice is all over the place.
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How did you practice?
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I didn’t know how to tune, so I didn’t practice.
名詞
さらに詳しく
  • ja

    曲、メロディー、旋律

  • en

    a series of musical notes; a melody; a song

  • How about some tunes?

    From Brooklyn Nine-Nine - The Night Shift Is Making Captain Holt Crazy (Episode Highlight)

  • Dear, I'm afraid that's not even a tune.

    From Happy Feet (1/10) Movie CLIP - Mumble Has No Heartsong (2006) HD

  • Let's try a simple tune.

    From Courtney's Piano Lesson | The Amanda Show | NickRewind

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名詞
さらに詳しく
  • ja

    正しい調子、調和

  • en

    the condition or state of being in correct pitch

  • It's totally out of tune.

    From Jake Gyllenhaal Gets a ‘Mad’ Scare

  • - Better play in tune. - Mhmm.

    From Addressing concerns about burning out...

  • My violin is not in tune, so it is not my fault if I play out of tune!

    From How To Paganini

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