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1. fill-in

noun. someone who takes the place of another (as when things get dangerous or difficult).

Synonyms

  • backup man
  • double
  • locum tenens
  • peer
  • match
  • stand-in
  • reliever
  • alternate
  • surrogate
  • substitute
  • stunt woman
  • stunt man
  • compeer
  • equal
  • relief
  • locum
  • replacement

Antonyms

  • single
  • malfunction
  • straighten
  • unequivocal

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Words that Rhyme with Tune In

  • verduin
  • kyoung-min
  • yan-bin
  • wherein
  • violin
  • vanryn
  • mcquinn
  • mcminn
  • mclinn
  • mclin
  • mcglynn
  • mcglinn
  • glavine
  • eldwin
  • chang-hsin
  • chagrin
  • bongjin
  • yalin
  • within
  • therein
  • o'quinn
  • oguinn
  • o'guinn
  • oflynn
  • o'flynn
  • mcguinn
  • mcginn
  • levin
  • laminne
  • kaylynn

2. built-in

adjective. ['ˈbɪlˌtɪn'] existing as an essential constituent or characteristic.

Synonyms

  • inbuilt
  • integral
  • constitutional
  • intrinsical
  • intrinsic

Antonyms

  • explicit
  • fractional
  • inessential
  • alienable

3. in-person

adjective. an appearance carried out personally in someone else's physical presence.

Synonyms

  • in the flesh

Antonyms

  • public
  • objective

4. tune

noun. ['ˈtuːn'] a succession of notes forming a distinctive sequence.

Synonyms

  • theme
  • melodic line
  • signature tune
  • phrase
  • voice
  • flourish
  • glissando
  • leitmotiv
  • melodic theme
  • melody
  • musical theme
  • part
  • idea
  • air
  • roulade
  • fanfare
  • strain
  • music
  • tucket
  • theme song
  • musical phrase
  • signature
  • line
  • melodic phrase

Antonyms

  • inside
  • middle
  • end
  • misconception

Etymology

  • tune (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • ton (Old French (842-ca. 1400))

5. tune

verb. ['ˈtuːn'] adjust for (better) functioning.

Synonyms

  • adjust
  • tune up
  • tune in
  • fine-tune
  • tweak
  • correct
  • service

Antonyms

  • unify
  • arrive
  • stand still
  • wholly

Etymology

  • tune (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • ton (Old French (842-ca. 1400))

6. tune

noun. ['ˈtuːn'] the adjustment of a radio receiver or other circuit to a required frequency.

Synonyms

  • alteration
  • modification

Antonyms

  • devoice
  • passive voice
  • active voice

Etymology

  • tune (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • ton (Old French (842-ca. 1400))

7. tune

noun. ['ˈtuːn'] the property of producing accurately a note of a given pitch.

Antonyms

  • let go of

Etymology

  • tune (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • ton (Old French (842-ca. 1400))

8. tune

verb. ['ˈtuːn'] adjust the pitches of (musical instruments).

Synonyms

  • adjust
  • tune up
  • correct

Antonyms

  • beginning
  • join
  • connect
  • attach

Etymology

  • tune (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • ton (Old French (842-ca. 1400))

9. in

adverb. ['ɪn, ˈɪn'] to or toward the inside of.

Synonyms

  • inward

Antonyms

  • unsnarl
  • recede

Etymology

  • inne (Old English (ca. 450-1100))

10. in

noun. ['ɪn, ˈɪn'] a unit of length equal to one twelfth of a foot.

Synonyms

  • foot
  • ft
  • em
  • ligne
  • mil
  • mesh
  • inch
  • linear unit
  • pica em
  • pica

Antonyms

  • outwardness
  • styleless
  • unpopular
  • past

Etymology

  • inne (Old English (ca. 450-1100))

Example sentences of the word tune-in


1. Noun Phrase
The plot is secondary to the characters in a pliot episode because if the audience fails to connect to the characters and enjoy spending an evening with them they won't tune in again and there goes your show.

2. Noun Phrase
This gives you a visual representation of radio waves, so that you can quickly find and tune in to interesting signals.

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