Tune synonyms

to͝on, tyo͝on
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(Electronics) to vary the amplitude, frequency or phase of a carrier wave in proportion to the amplitude etc of a source wave (such as speech or music)
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Characterized by assonance; having successive similar vowel sounds.
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(Music) Composed in a melodious and singing style.
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Being in agreement; harmonious.
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The definition of harmonious is things that go well together, or people and things that get along well.
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Having the same pronunciation.
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Being in a state of accord; harmonious.
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The definition of syntonic is something that is consistent with its environment, or that is consistent in light of other beliefs and personality traits.
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The definition of tuneful is someone or something musical, with melody or harmony.
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Of a single sound; producing the same sound.
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An agreement to satisfy a claim by some form of discharging the obligation other than what the obligee is, or considers himself, entitled to. See also accord and satisfaction.
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A mutual understanding between two or more legally competent individuals or entities about their rights and duties regarding their past or future performances and consideration. While an agreement usually leads to a contract, it could also be an executed sale, a gift or other transfer of property, or a promise without a legal obligation.
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(Obs.) A kind of circle dance
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The main tune, as of a jazz piece, following the introduction
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(Uncountable) Agreement in a design or plan; union formed by mutual communication of opinions and views; accordance in a scheme; harmony; simultaneous action.
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A large, dark-blue, cultivated variety of fox grape, used esp. for making juice and jelly
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A continuous bass accompaniment, indicated by a shorthand method in notation, and played as on a harpsichord or organ, esp. in baroque music
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A varied song or melody
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Arrangement, positioning, or distribution:
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A manner of producing or uttering tones, especially with regard to accuracy of pitch.
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(Music) One of a number of rectangular moving parts on a piano or musical keyboard, each causing a particular sound or note to be produced.
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A lively song or dance; a cheerful tune.
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The dimensions, quantity, or capacity of something as ascertained by comparison with a standard:
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Medley is defined as a race within a swim competition where the swimmer does four different styles of swimming in equal distances.
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A succession of different notes sung upon a single syllable, as orig. in plainsong or, now esp., in the ornamental phrases of Near Eastern and Asian music
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The number of elements in a finite group.
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(--- Music, Acoustics) That element of a tone or sound determined by the frequency of vibration of the sound waves reaching the ear: the greater the frequency, the higher the pitch
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A theological or philosophical issue presented for formal argument or disputation.
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A phrase, verse, or verses repeated at intervals in a song or poem, as after each stanza
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A tune
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A type of longitudinal wave that originates as the vibration of a medium (such as a person's vocal cords or a guitar string) and travels through gases, liquids, and elastic solids as variations of pressure and density. The loudness of a sound perceived by the ear depends on the amplitude of the sound wave and is measured in decibels, while its pitch depends on its frequency, measured in hertz.
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A number of racehorses belonging to one owner
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(Electronics) The adjustment of two electronic circuits or devices so as to operate at the same frequency.
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The state of being together, in harmony, at the same time, as one, synchronized.
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(Electronics) To adjust two electronic circuits or devices to operate on the same frequency.
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A disparity; an inconsistency.
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A period of time without speech or noise.
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Public utterance; vent:
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The collective descendants of a common ancestor; a race, stock, line, or breed.
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a succession of notes forming a distinctive sequence
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An extended system of such fortifications or defenses:
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a succession of notes forming a distinctive sequence
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To make adjustments to an engine in order to improve its performance
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To make incapable of harmony, or of harmonious action; to put out of tune.
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(Music) A musical piece written typically for a solo voice with orchestral accompaniment in an opera or cantata.
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A relationship in which various components exist together without destroying one another:
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The definition of a theme is a topic, a recurring idea or a short melody.
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Any single thing, amount, specimen, example, etc.
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A symbol or word used to represent a number.
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The definition of a ditty is a simple song.
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A short tune or verse, especially one used to advertise something.
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To tune
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A brief piece of writing intended to assist the memory; a memorandum; a minute.
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The definition of a symphony is a lengthy piece of music, or harmony of sounds or colors.
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A pleasing combination of simultaneous musical sounds; harmony of tones
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An alphabetical verbal index showing the places in the text of a book where each principal word may be found, with its immediate context in each place.
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The definition of concurrence is agreement or things that act or occur together.
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Singleness or constancy of purpose or action; continuity:
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To sing or intone to a chant:
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(Music) To produce the musical sound of:
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To give utterance to; express with the voice; speak or sing
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To show the correspondence of; to apply or make suit by analogy; to adapt or fit, as teachings to accidental circumstances, statements to facts, etc.; as, to accommodate prophecy to events.
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To bring into accord or agreement; cause to correspond or comply:
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To cause to work or function in a common action or effort:
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To admit (a racial or ethnic group) to equal membership in an institution or society.
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A statement of equality between two ratios. Four quantities, a, b, c, and d, are said to be in proportion if a/b =c/d.
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To make content, submissive, or acquiescent (to)
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To alter for proper functioning.
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To influence the outcome or actions of (something) by improper or unlawful means:
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To adjust (a mechanism) for accurate and proper functioning.
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Plural form of sound
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Pleasing agreement, as of musical sounds
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Harmonious mutual understanding
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To transfer from (one conveyance) to another:
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To contribute to the effectiveness or improvement of (something); improve or advance:
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Find another word for tune. In this page you can discover 104 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for tune, like: melodious, modulate, melody, assonant, chantant, en-rapport, harmonious, homophonous, rhythmic, symphonious and syntonic.