attune

[ uh-toon, uh-tyoon ]
/ əˈtun, əˈtyun /

verb (used with object), at·tuned, at·tun·ing.

to bring into accord, harmony, or sympathetic relationship; adjust: He has attuned himself to living in the quiet country.
Archaic. to tune or bring into harmony, as a musical instrument.

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Origin of attune

First recorded in 1590–1600; at- + tune

OTHER WORDS FROM attune

pre·at·tune, verb (used with object), pre·at·tuned, pre·at·tun·ing.un·at·tuned, adjective
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British Dictionary definitions for attune

attune
/ (əˈtjuːn) /

verb (tr)

to adjust or accustom (a person or thing); acclimatize
to tune (a musical instrument)
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