Similar words: tune, done in, tunnel, immune, neighbor, funeral, fortunately, neighboring. Meaning: v. regulate (a radio or television set) in order to receive a certain station or program.
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1. Be sure to tune in to next week's show.
2. Tune in to BBC tonight at 9 o'clock.
3. More than six million youngsters tune in to Blockbusters every day.
4. Tune in to our exclusive coverage of Wimbledon.
5. Tune in next week at the same time!
6. The choir was distinctly out of tune in places.
7. Tune in to London tomorrow night at seven.
8. Who would then be calling the tune in Parliament?
9. I tune in to the film channal every night.
10. Try to tune in to your partner's needs.
11. You can start now to tune in to your own physical, social and spiritual needs.
12. Millions of viewers tune in every weekday for 'News at Night'.
13. Don't forget to tune in to our special election programme this evening.
14. Budding linguists can tune in to the activity cassettes in French, German, Spanish and Italian.
15. Tune in to 91.3 FM for the best music in the city.
16. Be sure to tune in next week at the same time for another exciting episode of "Death Ray".
17. Tune in to the Breakfast Show tomorrow to win VIP tickets to the Lollapalooza festival on Long Island.
18. He advised young people to "turn on, tune in, and drop out".
19. Lydecker says she can tune in to animals' mental images and feel their emotional and physical sensations.
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20. You can tune in to the saucy encounter by clicking on the video links in the top of our highlights bar.
21. Despite a recent correction, technology called the marching tune in 1995.
22. Thousands turn up for parties every weekend and tune in to the national radio show he does with Djaimin.
23. Please tune in next time.
24. The idea that people plan their radio listening is nonsense; most tune in impulsively.
25. The reception is not very good - try to tune in to another station.
26. They need parents to be persistent with animated faces and big smiles before they can really tune in.
27. By the end of the century, most people will be able to tune in to hundreds of channels or more.
28. It was the game that caused so many to travel to Arizona and tune in on television.
29. Tammuz had dimmed the lights, put his feet up, and asked the computer to tune in the wall-screen.
30. More than 3. 5 billion people are expected to tune in to the July 19 event.
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