tune englannista suomeksi
vire, sävel, sointu
The act of tuning or maintenance.
The state or condition of being correctly tuned.
A sound; a note; a tone.
Order; harmony; concord.
(RQ:Locke Education) is dragged unwillingly to task.
To adjust (a musical instrument) so that it produces the correct pitches.
(quote-book)|chapter=In the Fleete Made by Me William Cornishe otherwise Called Nyshwhete Chapelman with the Most Famose and Noble Kyng VII of England|Henry the VII. His Reygne the XIX. Yere the Moneth of July. A Treatise betwene Trouth, and Information.|mainauthor=(w)|editor=Stow|John Stow|title=Pithy Pleasaunt and Profitable Workes of Maister Skelton, Poete Laureate|location=Imprinted at London: In Street|Fletestreate, neare vnto Dunston-in-the-West|Saint Dunstones Churche by Thomas Marshe|year=1568|oclc=54747393|title2=Pithy Pleasaunt and Profitable Workes of Maister Skelton, Poete Laureate to King Henry the VIIIth|location2=London|publisher2=Printed for C. Davis in Row|Pater-noster Row|year2=1736|page2=290|pageurl2=https://books.google.com/books?id=Ry8JAAAAQAAJ&pg=PA290|oclc2=731569711|passage=''The Harpe.'' (..) A harper with his wreſt maye tune the harpe wrong / Mys tunying of an Inſtrument ſhal hurt a true ſonge
1681, (w), ''The Spanish Friar, or the Double Discovery'', London: Richard Tonson & Jacob Tonson, Act II, p. 21,http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A36692.0001.001
- She bids me hope; oh Heav’ns; she pities me!
- And pity still foreruns approching love;
- As Lightning does the Thunder! Tune your Harps
- Ye Angels to that sound (..)
To adjust or modify (esp. a mechanical or electrical device) so that it functions optimally.
''Tuning the engine gave me an extra twenty horsepower.''
''Tune your mind, and anything becomes possible.''
To adjust the frequency on a radio or TV set, so as to receive the desired channel.
''Tune to Channel 6 for all your favourite daytime shows.''
To adapt to or direct towards a particular target.
''My ears were tuned to the sounds of the forest.''
(RQ:Shakespeare All's Well) had even tun'd his bounty to sing hainess to them
To attune; to adapt in style of music; to make harmonious.
1645, (w), “The Passion” in ''Poems of Mr. John Milton, both English and Latin'', London: Humphrey Moseley, p. 17,http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A89149.0001.001
- For now to sorrow must I tune my song,
- And set my Harpe to notes of saddest wo,
To sing with melody or harmony.
(circa) (w), ''(w)'', Act IV, Scene 3,http://www.opensourceshakespeare.org/views/plays/play_view.php?WorkID=loveslabours&Scope=entire&pleasewait=1&msg=pl
- To see great Hercules whipping a gig,
- And profound Solomon to tune a jig,
1667, (w), ''(w)'', London, Book 5, lines 195-196,http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A50919.0001.001
- Fountains and yee, that warble, as ye flow,
- Melodious murmurs, warbling tune his praise.
''Are you tuning me?''
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