Synonyms of tune in English:

tune


See US English definition of tune

See UK English definition of tune

See Spanish definition of melodía

noun

1‘she left the theatre humming a cheerful tune’

SYNONYMS
melody, air, strain
song, number, jingle, ditty
theme, motif

verb

1‘the band were still tuning their guitars’

SYNONYMS
adjust, adjust to the correct pitch, tune up

2‘like many marine organisms, they have a body clock tuned to the rhythm of the tides’

SYNONYMS
attune, adapt, adjust, fine-tune
regulate, modulate, calibrate

Phrases

    out of tune

    ‘he was out of tune with conventional belief’


    SYNONYMS
    in disagreement, at odds, at variance, out of step, not in harmony, at outs, out of kilter
    change one's tune

    ‘by the following week, she had changed her tune’


    SYNONYMS
    change one's mind, think differently, express a different opinion, express a different view, sing a different song, sing a different tune, shift one's ground, do a U-turn, row back, march to the beat of a different drum, have a change of heart
    British do an about-turn
    in tune

    ‘their message was in tune with the prevailing intellectual climate’


    SYNONYMS
    in accord, in keeping, in accordance, in agreement, in harmony, harmonious, in step, in line, in sympathy