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Meaning of "stay tune" and how can I use this word?



 
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Meaning of "stay tune" and how can I use this word? #1 (permalink) Thu Jul 30, 2009 6:00 am   Meaning of "stay tune" and how can I use this word?
 

Dear Torsten,

Can you explain me the meaning of stay tune and how can I use this word ?

Thanks .
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stay tuned #2 (permalink) Thu Jul 30, 2009 6:03 am   stay tuned
 

Dear Torsten,
Can you explain me stay tuned and how can i use it .

Thanks
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stay tuned #3 (permalink) Thu Jul 30, 2009 6:30 am   stay tuned
 

Stay tuned:

-- Keep watching/listening/paying attention to something

As with TV:

"Stay tuned" is a command (by NBC, ABC, etc) to continue watching a specific program or that network's programming in general (usually for that evening).

So please stay tuned to the developments in this thread to (hopefully) enhance your grasp of the meaning of "stay tuned".
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