fine tuning

  • 1 Fine Tuning — refers to the process of making small modifications to improve or optimize the outcome. Generally, fine tuning seeks to increase the effectiveness or efficiency of a process or function. Fine tuning can be accomplished through a variety of… …

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  • 2 fine-tuning — fine tune UK US verb [T] ► to make small changes to something in order to make it as good as possible: »The training program helped him fine tune his skill set. »The company s aim is to fine tune its manufacturing system. fine tuning noun [U] ►… …

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  • 3 fine-tuning — fine tunˈing noun • • • Main Entry: ↑fine * * * ˌfine ˈtuning ; noun uncountable • The system is set up but it needs some fine tuning …

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  • 4 fine tuning — Small adjustments to improve something or to get it working are called fine tuning …

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  • 5 Fine-tuning — In theoretical physics, fine tuning refers to circumstances when the parameters of a model must be adjusted very precisely in order to agree with observations. Theories requiring fine tuning are regarded as problematic in the absence of a known… …

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  • 6 Fine Tuning — Infobox Radio Station name = Fine Tuning area = United States Canada branding = slogan = The World s Most Interesting Music airdate = 2001 frequency = XM 76 format = Eclectic owner = XM Satellite Radio class = Satellite Radio Station website =… …

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  • 7 fine tuning —    Small adjustments to improve something or to get it working are called fine tuning.   (Dorking School Dictionary)    ***    Small changes to something to improve it or make it work better are called fine tuning.     We are still fine tuning… …

    English Idioms & idiomatic expressions

  • 8 fine tuning — tikslusis derinimas statusas T sritis fizika atitikmenys: angl. fine tuning; sharp tuning vok. Feinabstimmung, f; Feineinstellung, f; Scharfeinstellung, f rus. острая настройка, f; тонкая настройка, f; точная настройка, f pranc. accord précis, m; …

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  • 9 fine tuning — tikslusis derinimas statusas T sritis automatika atitikmenys: angl. fine adjustment; fine tuning vok. Feinabstimmung, f; Feinjustierung, f rus. тонкая настройка, f; точная юстировка, f pranc. accord précis, m; alignement précis, m …

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  • 10 Fine-tuning — Ajustement fin En physique, la notion d ajustement fin (fine tuning en anglais) se réfère à une situation où un certain nombre de paramètres doivent avoir une valeur incroyablement précise (par exemple à 10 40 près) pour pouvoir rendre compte de… …

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  • 11 Fine tuning — Ajustement fin En physique, la notion d ajustement fin (fine tuning en anglais) se réfère à une situation où un certain nombre de paramètres doivent avoir une valeur incroyablement précise (par exemple à 10 40 près) pour pouvoir rendre compte de… …

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  • 12 fine tuning — The implementation of economic policy, in particular monetary and fiscal policy, by means of small, incremental policy changes. Doubt has been cast on any real possibility of fine tuning economies, given their lack of short term forecastability.… …

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  • 13 Fine tuning —   Small adjustments to improve something or to get it working are called fine tuning …

    Dictionary of English idioms

  • 14 fine tuning — making delicate adjustments (on a machine, instrument, etc.) …

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  • 15 fine-tuning — /faɪn tju:nɪŋ/ noun the act of making of small adjustments in areas such as interest rates, tax bands or the money supply, to improve a nation’s economy …

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  • 16 fine tuning — …

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  • 17 fine-tune — fine tunes, fine tuning, fine tuned VERB If you fine tune something, you make very small and precise changes to it in order to make it as successful or effective as it possibly can be. [V n] We do not try to fine tune the economy on the basis of… …

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  • 18 fine-tune — UK US verb [T] ► to make small changes to something in order to make it as good as possible: »The training program helped him fine tune his skill set. »The company s aim is to fine tune its manufacturing system. fine tuning noun [U] ► »There is… …

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  • 19 fine-tune — fine tuner, n. /fuyn toohn , tyoohn /, v.t., fine tuned, fine tuning. 1. 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. 2. tune (def. 16). 3. to… …

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  • 20 fine-tune — v [T] to make very small changes to something such as a machine, system, or plan, so that it works as well as possible ▪ Over the next few days, we fine tuned the scheme and made some useful improvements. >fine tuning n [U] …

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