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stay tuned

This page is about the collocation stay tuned

collocation pattern: verb + verb

Meaning

keep watching a television broadcast or keep listening to a radio broadcast

For example

  • Stay tuned for the latest news headlines after the break.

  • Let's stay tuned for the weather report, and then we can watch something else.

Note:
Mostly used by radio and television announcers

Quick Quiz

If you stay tuned to a radio station, you

a. tune in to another station

b. call a talk-back radio show

c. keep it on the same station

Contributor: Matt Errey