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Idioms

change your tune

This page is about the idiom change your tune

Meaning

If you change your tune, you change your opinion about something or your attitude towards someone.

For example

  • At first Bill was against selling the rights to his book, but he changed his tune when he realized how much money he could make.

  • Kelly was quite rude to me at first, but she changed her tune when someone mentioned how wealthy I was.

Quick Quiz

The prime minister wasn't polite to journalists at first, but he changed his tune when he realised

a. they had a lot of influence

b. they didn't get paid much

c. they were only doing their job

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Contributor: Matt Errey