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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


Short "hint"

To bring a musical instrument to perfect pitch; To put a machine into proper working order.

Usage examples (35)
  • Noun : The car needs a tune-up badly. ,The track meet served as a tune-up for the Olympics
  • •Rafael Nadal has looked every bit the favorite for the French Open since clay season began, and his final tuneup is this week in Madrid.
  • But a two - or three-hour "tuneup" session, with an experienced planner will almost certainly give you several good ideas.
  • Richardson-based Service Experts giving away programmable thermostats if you get a "tuneup" for more
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