change tune


change tune
make a change in one's story,statement or opinions

He has begun to change his tune recently and is beginning to agree that we need to do things a little differently.


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  • change tune — change (your) tune to change your opinion completely, especially because you know it will bring you an advantage. He was against the idea to start with, but he soon changed his tune when I told him how much money he d get out of it …   New idioms dictionary

  • change tune — alter the tone in one s voice; adopt a new position, take a different attitude …   English contemporary dictionary

  • change your tune — informal phrase to start saying something different about a subject or situation, or to start behaving in a different way He soon changed his tune when he saw how angry I was. Thesaurus: to change your opinion, attitudes or behavioursynonym… …   Useful english dictionary

  • change one's tune — CHANGE ONE S MIND, do a U turn, have a change of heart; Brit. do an about turn. → tune * * * change one s tune 1. To change one s attitudes or opinions 2. To change one s manner of speaking • • • Main Entry: ↑change change one s tune or sing… …   Useful english dictionary

  • tune — [to͞on, tyo͞on] n. [ME, var. of tone, TONE] 1. Obs. a sound or tone 2. a) a succession of musical tones forming a rhythmic, catchy whole; melody; air b) a musical setting of a hymn, psalm, poem, etc. 3. the condition of having correct musical… …   English World dictionary

  • Change Giver — Studio album by Shed Seven Released September 5, 1994 …   Wikipedia

  • change — ► VERB 1) make or become different. 2) exchange for another. 3) move from one to (another). 4) (change over) move from one system or situation to another. 5) exchange (a sum of money) for the same sum in a different currency or denomination. ►… …   English terms dictionary

  • Tune-o-matic — (also abbreviated to TOM) is a name of fixed bridge design for electric guitars. It was designed by Ted McCarty (Gibson Guitar Corporation president) and introduced in the Gibson Les Paul Custom guitar in 1954cite web url =… …   Wikipedia

  • change your tune — change (your) tune to change your opinion completely, especially because you know it will bring you an advantage. He was against the idea to start with, but he soon changed his tune when I told him how much money he d get out of it …   New idioms dictionary

  • change your tune — If someone changes their ideas or the way they talk about them, they change their tune …   The small dictionary of idiomes