verb (used with object), fine-tuned, fine-tun·ing.
to tune (a radio or television receiver) to produce the optimum reception for the desired station or channel by adjusting a control knob or bar.
to make minor adjustments in so as to produce stability, improvement, or the precise results desired: to fine-tune the nation's economy.
Origin of fine-tune
First recorded in 1920–25Related formsfine-tun·er, noun
Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2019
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Contemporary Examples of fine-tune
Trying to fine-tune all that to a desired end is not only a form of madness but doomed to failure.
After appearing in several plays, Chastain was accepted into the prestigious Juilliard School in order to fine-tune her craft.
British Dictionary definitions for fine-tune
(tr) to make fine adjustments to (something) in order to obtain optimum performance
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