简明英汉词典

tune out
v.
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美国传统词典[双解]

tune
tune
AHD:[t?n, ty?n]
D.J.[tu8n, tju8n]
K.K.[tun, tjun]
n.(名词)

(1)

Music
【音乐】

(2)

A melody, especially a simple and easily remembered one.
曲调:尤指简单的、易记的调子

(3)

A song.
歌曲

(4)

Correct pitch.
准确的音高

(5)

The state of being properly adjusted for pitch:
正确的音高:音高调整准确的状态:
a piano out of tune.
走音的钢琴

(6)

Agreement in pitch:
协调:
play in tune with the piano.
为钢琴伴奏

(7)

Obsolete A musical tone.
【废语】 音调

(8)

Concord or agreement; harmony:
和谐;融洽:
in tune with the times.
顺应时势

(9)

Archaic Frame of mind; disposition.
【古语】 心情;性情

(10)

Electronics Adjustment of a receiver or circuit for maximum response to a given signal or frequency.
【电子学】 调谐:调整接收器或电路以获得对于给定的信号或频率的最强反应
v.(动词)
tunedtun.ingtunes
v.tr.(及物动词)

(1)

Music To put into proper pitch:
【音乐】 调音:使音高正确:
tuned the violin.
调小提琴的音

(2)

Archaic To utter musically; sing.
【古语】 以歌曲表达;唱

(3)

To adopt or adjust, especially in order to bring into harmony.
使…和谐,调整:调整或调节,尤指为了达到和谐一致

(4)

Electronics
【电子学】

(5)

To adjust (a receiver) to a desired frequency.
调整(接收器的频率):调谐(接收器)以达到希望的频率

(6)

To adjust (a circuit) so as to make it resonant with a given input signal.
调整(电路):调谐(电路)以使其与输入的信号共振

(7)

To adjust (an engine, for example) for maximum usability or performance.
调整,调节(引擎):调整(如发动机)使处于极佳的运转状态
v.intr.(不及物动词)
To become attuned.
变得协调

常用词组

tune in

(1)

Electronics To adjust a receiver to receive signals at a particular frequency or a particular program.
【电子学】 调整频率(以接收):调整接收器来接收特定频率的信号或特定的节目

(2)

Slang To make or become aware or responsive:
【俚语】 注意,觉察到:使或变得明白或了解:
“Nobody tunes in to what anybody else is saying”(Bruce Allen)
“没有人注意别的人在说什么”(布鲁斯·艾伦)

tune out

(1)

Electronics To adjust a receiver so as not to receive a particular signal.
【电子学】 调出:调整接收器以不接收特定的信号

(2)

Slang
【俚语】

(3)

To disassociate oneself from one's environment:
隔绝:与自己周围的环境隔:
“The average reader, used to seeing the world in three-dimensional color, tunes out”(Carlin Romano)
“那些习惯于以三维色彩观察世界的普通读者与环境隔绝”(卡林·罗马诺)

(4)

To become unresponsive to; ignore:
不注意;忽略:
tuned out the children's screaming.
对于孩子们的尖叫不予理睬

tune up

(1)

Music To adjust an instrument to a desired pitch or key.
【音乐】 调弦,调音:给乐器调音以达到所期望的音高或音调

(2)

To adjust a machine so as to put it into proper condition.
调节(机器等):调整机器使其处于正常的工作状态

(3)

To prepare (oneself) for a specified activity.
热身,准备活动:为某一特殊活动做准备

习惯用语

to the tune of
To the sum or extent of:
达…之多,共计:
produced profits to the tune of about $20 million.
创利润达2亿美元之多

语源

(1)

Middle English
中古英语

(2)

variant of tone [tone] * see tone
tone的变体 [音调] *参见 tone

美国传统词典

tune
tune
AHD:[t?n, ty?n]
D.J.[tu8n, tju8n]
K.K.[tun, tjun]
n.

(1)

Music

(2)

A melody, especially a simple and easily remembered one.

(3)

A song.

(4)

Correct pitch.

(5)

The state of being properly adjusted for pitch:
a piano out of tune.

(6)

Agreement in pitch:
play in tune with the piano.

(7)

Obsolete A musical tone.

(8)

Concord or agreement; harmony:
in tune with the times.

(9)

Archaic Frame of mind; disposition.

(10)

Electronics Adjustment of a receiver or circuit for maximum response to a given signal or frequency.
v.
tuned, tun.ing, tunes
v.tr.

(1)

Music To put into proper pitch:
tuned the violin.

(2)

Archaic To utter musically; sing.

(3)

To adopt or adjust, especially in order to bring into harmony.

(4)

Electronics

(5)

To adjust (a receiver) to a desired frequency.

(6)

To adjust (a circuit) so as to make it resonant with a given input signal.

(7)

To adjust (an engine, for example) for maximum usability or performance.
v.intr.
To become attuned.

常用词组

tune in

(1)

Electronics To adjust a receiver to receive signals at a particular frequency or a particular program.

(2)

Slang To make or become aware or responsive:
“Nobody tunes in to what anybody else is saying”(Bruce Allen)

tune out

(1)

Electronics To adjust a receiver so as not to receive a particular signal.

(2)

Slang

(3)

To disassociate oneself from one's environment:
“The average reader, used to seeing the world in three-dimensional color, tunes out”(Carlin Romano)

(4)

To become unresponsive to; ignore:
tuned out the children's screaming.

tune up

(1)

Music To adjust an instrument to a desired pitch or key.

(2)

To adjust a machine so as to put it into proper condition.

(3)

To prepare (oneself) for a specified activity.

习惯用语

to the tune of
To the sum or extent of:
produced profits to the tune of about $20 million.

语源

(1)

Middle English

(2)

variant of tone [tone] * see tone

英汉电力大词典

tune out
n.解谐

英汉电信大词典

tune out
n.失调,失谐

英汉广播大词典

tune out
n.失调,失谐,解调

英汉航海大词典

tune out
vt.使...失谐,解调

英汉化学大词典

tune out
vt.使...失谐

英汉海运大词典

tune out
解调,失谐

基本词义

tune out
调出,失调,解调

基本词义

tune out
调出,失调,解调,失谐

英汉经贸大词典

tune out
n.解调,解谐

英汉计算机大词典

tune out
n.解调(解谐)

英汉能源大词典

tune out
n.解调,解谐

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