retune

retune

(riːˈtjuːn)
vb (tr)
1. (Music, other) to tune (a musical instrument) differently or again
2. (Broadcasting) to tune (a radio, television, etc) to a different frequency

retune


Past participle: retuned
Gerund: retuning

Imperative
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retune
Present
I retune
you retune
he/she/it retunes
we retune
you retune
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Preterite
I retuned
you retuned
he/she/it retuned
we retuned
you retuned
they retuned
Present Continuous
I am retuning
you are retuning
he/she/it is retuning
we are retuning
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Present Perfect
I have retuned
you have retuned
he/she/it has retuned
we have retuned
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Past Continuous
I was retuning
you were retuning
he/she/it was retuning
we were retuning
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Past Perfect
I had retuned
you had retuned
he/she/it had retuned
we had retuned
you had retuned
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Future
I will retune
you will retune
he/she/it will retune
we will retune
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Future Perfect
I will have retuned
you will have retuned
he/she/it will have retuned
we will have retuned
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Future Continuous
I will be retuning
you will be retuning
he/she/it will be retuning
we will be retuning
you will be retuning
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Present Perfect Continuous
I have been retuning
you have been retuning
he/she/it has been retuning
we have been retuning
you have been retuning
they have been retuning
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been retuning
you will have been retuning
he/she/it will have been retuning
we will have been retuning
you will have been retuning
they will have been retuning
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been retuning
you had been retuning
he/she/it had been retuning
we had been retuning
you had been retuning
they had been retuning
Conditional
I would retune
you would retune
he/she/it would retune
we would retune
you would retune
they would retune
Past Conditional
I would have retuned
you would have retuned
he/she/it would have retuned
we would have retuned
you would have retuned
they would have retuned
Translations

retune

[ˌriːˈtjuːn]
A. VT [+ musical instrument] → afinar de nuevo; [+ engine] → poner a punto de nuevo; [+ radio, video recorder] → volver a sintonizar
B. [ˈriːtjuːn] N [of engine] → nueva puesta f a punto

retune

vt
(Mus) → neu stimmen
engine, video recorderneu einstellen
n the engine needs a retuneder Motor muss neu eingestellt werden
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Since their introduction in the 1920s, car radios have been blamed for causing accidents as they distract drivers who retune them while on the move.
For example, he advises pianists who play primarily Mozart and Beethoven to retune their instruments in a system that those composers might have used.
If we could cleanse the doors of perception and retune our hearing, we might find ourselves picking up frequencies and messages far beyond our current range.