in tune with

*in tune with someone or something

1. Lit. in musical harmony with someone or something. (*Typically: be ~; get ~.) The violin is in tune with the piano. The tenor is not in tune with the bass.
2. Fig. in agreement with someone or something. (*Typically: be ~; get ~.) Bill is just not in tune with the company's policies.
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Manmohan Singh praised the people responsible for its construction, and said all necessary steps would be taken to safeguard the country and promote technological advancements in tune with worldwide practices.
I'll interrupt this screed now to give a bit of a pass to the WB, the network that appears to be most in tune with how its branding connects to its target audience.
Yet unlike, say, the people in Renaissance pastoral scenes, who are in tune with their surroundings, those who occupy these spaces appear to be trapped, implying that the trip to the countryside is as stressful as life in the city.
Over the last ninety years of this magazine's existence, many thousands of people whose ideas were generally in tune with it have marched, rallied, sat-in, struck, petitioned, organized, and otherwise struggled for progressive social change.
Jacobsen continued, "We see 24-hour coverage programs as being fully in tune with EBI's philosophy -- that when you take care of workers, not only will your workers comp costs go down, but you'll also see dramatic improvement in a host of uninsured cost factors such as turnover, productivity and quality.
If Bob Dole wants to capitalize on a hot-button issue that will show him to be in tune with what we angry California voters want, he should endorse the Anti-Corruption Initiative.