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  • 1 Out of Tune — Genre Comedy Created by John Sayle Starring Jane Danson Tim Downie Jotham Annan Louise Sullivan Thomas Maher John Waterhouse Nick Maloney John Labanowski Jonathan Praeger Lianne Islin James Corden Re …

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  • 2 out of tune — 1. Not true in pitch 2. Not agreeing (figurative) • • • Main Entry: ↑tune …

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  • 3 out of tune — {adv.} or {adj. phr.} 1. Out of proper musical pitch; too low or high in sound. * /The band sounded terrible, because the instruments were out of tune./ 2. Not in agreement; in disagreement; not going well together. Often used with with . * /What …

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  • 4 out of tune — {adv.} or {adj. phr.} 1. Out of proper musical pitch; too low or high in sound. * /The band sounded terrible, because the instruments were out of tune./ 2. Not in agreement; in disagreement; not going well together. Often used with with . * /What …

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  • 5 out\ of\ tune — adv or adj. phr. 1. Out of proper musical pitch; too low or high in sound. The band sounded terrible, because the instruments were out of tune. 2. Not in agreement; in disagreement; not going well together. Often used with with . What Jack said… …

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  • 6 out of tune — adjective not in agreement, especially in musical pitch The violins go out of tune in damp weather Ant: in tune …

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  • 7 out of tune — (music) not at the correct pitch, not in tune    The violins were out of tune, but I enjoyed the singing …

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  • 8 out of tune — ► in (or out of) tune 1) with correct (or incorrect) pitch or intonation. 2) (of a motor engine) properly (or poorly) adjusted. Main Entry: ↑tune …

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  • 9 out of tune — not in agreement, not going well together They are out of tune with what the other members of the group think …

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  • 10 out of tune — 1. Harsh, discordant, inharmonious, not in tune. 2. Irritated, ruffled, out of humor …

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  • 11 out of tune — An engine which is not running ideally and needs a tune up …

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  • 12 out of tune — sing not in the proper musical key; be adjusted improperly, be out of key …

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  • 13 Out of Tune (band) — Out of Tune Out of Tune in concert, 2007 Background information Origin Warsaw, Poland …

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  • 14 Out of Tune (album) — Out Of Tune Studio album by Mojave 3 Released October 5, 1998 Genre Dream pop, country rock Length …

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  • 15 out of tune with somebody — be ˌin/ˌout of ˈtune (with sb/sth) idiom to be/not be in agreement with sb/sth; to have/not have the same opinions, feelings, interests, etc. as sb/sth • These proposals are perfectly in tune with our own thoughts on the subject. • The President… …

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  • 16 out of tune with something — be ˌin/ˌout of ˈtune (with sb/sth) idiom to be/not be in agreement with sb/sth; to have/not have the same opinions, feelings, interests, etc. as sb/sth • These proposals are perfectly in tune with our own thoughts on the subject. • The President… …

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  • 17 out of tune with the times — not suited to his times, not appropriate for his days …

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  • 18 Nicely Out of Tune — Studio album by Lindisfarne Released November 1970 …

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  • 19 be out of tune with something — be ˌin/ˌout of ˈtune (with sb/sth) idiom to be/not be in agreement with sb/sth; to have/not have the same opinions, feelings, interests, etc. as sb/sth • These proposals are perfectly in tune with our own thoughts on the subject. • The President… …

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  • 20 be out of tune with somebody — be ˌin/ˌout of ˈtune (with sb/sth) idiom to be/not be in agreement with sb/sth; to have/not have the same opinions, feelings, interests, etc. as sb/sth • These proposals are perfectly in tune with our own thoughts on the subject. • The President… …

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