- to tune
- to bring into harmony or agreement: old methods not attuned to the times
Origin of attuneat- (var. of ad-) + tune
transitive verbat·tuned, at·tun·ing, at·tunes
- To bring into a harmonious or responsive relationship: an industry that is not attuned to market demands.
- Music To tune (an instrument).
(third-person singular simple present attunes, present participle attuning, simple past and past participle attuned)