in tune with

in tune with (someone or something)

1. Having the proper musical pitch. People don't realize how hard it is to be in tune with the music when you can't hear yourself singing!
2. In agreement with someone or something. I'm sure she feels the same way I do because we're always in tune with each other.
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*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.
See also: tune
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