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change one's tune to change one's ideas, attitudes, behavior, or the like.
fine-tune to manipulate the controls on (a receiver) in order to get the best reception available. [2 definitions]
sing a different tune to change one's opinion, behavior, or the like.
to the tune of (informal) to the amount or extent of; at the cost of.
tune in to adjust (a radio or television) so it receives signals from a certain station, or to select (a certain station or program) on a radio or television. [2 definitions]
tune out (informal) to dissociate from or ignore one's situation.
tune-up a general adjustment to put all parts, as of an engine, in good working order. [2 definitions]