What does it mean to fine tune something?
Similarly, it is asked, what does the idiom fine tune mean?
1. Literally, to make small and/or careful adjustments to a device, instrument, or machine. If you fine-tune your amp a little bit more, I think you'd get that tone you're looking for. 2. By extension, to make small and/or careful adjustments to an idea, plan, or strategy.
Furthermore, do you hyphenate fine tune? Hyphenation of fine-tune Unfortunately it cannot be hyphenated because it only contains one syllable. The search term entered was not found in our database and might not be a valid English word.
Beside this, what is another word for fine tune?
Synonyms: down, graduate, calibrate, refine, pull off, tweak, polish, pluck, pick off. calibrate, graduate, fine-tune(verb) make fine adjustments or divide into marked intervals for optimal measuring.
What is the fine tuning argument in philosophy?
There has been a great deal of recent interest from both physicists and philosophers in the so-called fine-tuning argument. 1 This is the argument that purports to deliver the conclusion that God exists from the fact that our universe seems remarkably fine tuned for the emergence of carbon based life.