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tr.v. at·tuned, at·tun·ing, at·tunes
1. To bring into a harmonious or responsive relationship: an industry that is not attuned to market demands.
2. Music To tune (an instrument).
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1. able to perceive; sensitive (to)
2. accustomed (to)
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adjective accustomed, adjusted, coordinated, in tune, in harmony, in accord, harmonized, familiarized, acclimatized I have become attuned to the industrial aspect of the city.
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attuned to [+ feeling, needs] → à l'écoute de
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attuned[əˈtjuːnd] adj (person) to be attuned to sth → poter apprezzare qc; (eye, ears) attuned to → attento/a a
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