tuned in

tuned in

aware; up-to-date. Jan is tuned in and alert to what is going on around her. Hey, Jill! Get tuned in, why don'tyou?
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tuned in

aware of or able to understand something. informal
1994 Today's Parent It is more important to be tuned in to your child's needs than to be the boss.
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tuned in

mod. aware; up-to-date. Jan is tuned in and alert to what is going on around her.
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9 million viewers tuned in to see an edition with Alexander Armstrong hosting the show.
In case you've just tuned in to this 15-year-old threesome, Culture Clash came into being on Cinco de Mayo, 1984, as a kind of agitprop clown show.
The Beatles' first appearance on American TV drew a then-record audience of 73 million viewers who tuned in to watch The Beatles become the first British band to conquer America as "I Want To Hold Your Hand" reigned at No.