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3.
Something that is good, or approved of. Derived from music. Can be used in place of 'safe'. Used in London.
What a TUNE blud
That beenie wants to lips you blud. Really? Tune....
by LBU November 08, 2003
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1.
Tune, pronounced TUUUUUNNEE, means that a really well known, good song is being played.
A song comes on the radio.

'My days this is a TUNE, like'
by Mollzyy February 23, 2008
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2.
To flirt and attempt to get a girl to be attracted to you. Has no real derivation, but I sometimes think of it as tuning the girl to your station, not disimilar from a radio.
The act of 'tuning' ceases the moment you kiss the girl or a relationship is formed.
A 'tune mission' is going for a walk, mission or outing with the aim of meeting, tuning and hopefully scoring with hot chicks.
"I've been tuning Kate lately."
"Let's go for a tune mission."
by Diego July 07, 2003
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4.
Songs or music that can be on any format such as radio, tape, or cd.
Why don't you pop in some tunes to listen to?
by Al "The Computer Guy" April 15, 2004
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5.
The word Hippies use to call Music, Beats, or any kind of Songs.
"Dude, where's the tunes?" (*puff*)
by M. Mathers June 02, 2005
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6.
A mostly Caribbean slang term that is spoken or written as an exclamation to refer to a very good song or your favorite song.
Tune!
by azizip17 August 31, 2010
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7.
South African slang. To tell someone something, or to tell someone you're unhappy about something they're doing.
"Tune me details about that chick you scored last night"

or

"Hey Boet, that oke is skeefing your cherry"

"I check oke, I scheme I should tune him, one time!"
by TheDuce June 27, 2006
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