fine-tuning


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fine-tune

(fīn′to͞on′, -tyo͞on′)
tr.v. fine-tuned, fine-tun·ing, fine-tunes
To make small adjustments in for optimal performance or effectiveness: fine-tuned her investing strategy to maximize profits.

fine-tuning

n
delicate adjustment
Translations

fine-tuning

[ˌfaɪnˈtjuːnɪŋ] N
1. [of engine] → puesta f a punto
2. (fig) [of plans, strategy] → matización f; [of economy] → ajuste m; [of text] → últimos retoques mpl
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