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What does the idiom "stay tuned" means?
04:29 AM Jun 16 2008 |
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means not quit from something ,stay connected to something
06:53 AM Jun 16 2008 |
12:09 AM Jun 17 2008 |
I have also heard the phrase "stay tuned" used in different ways.
For example, a radio announcer may say "Stay tuned for the latest news coming up shortly", obviously wanting us to keep listening to the same station on that particular radio wave length.
A boss might tell you, "Stay tuned to what's going on" – that is, wanting you to be aware of the political and economic events taking place around you as these factors could affect business.
01:01 AM Jun 17 2008 |
Thanks for your post
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