signature tune

signature tune
signature tune NOUN chiefly Brit. a distinctive piece of music associated with a particular programme or performer on television or radio.

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  • signature tune — signature tunes N COUNT A signature tune is the tune which is always played at the beginning or end of a particular television or radio programme, or which people associate with a particular performer. [mainly BRIT] Doesn t that sound like the… …   English dictionary

  • signature tune — signature .tune n BrE a short piece of music used at the beginning and end of a television or radio programme …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • signature tune — signature ,tune noun count BRITISH a THEME SONG …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • signature tune — noun a melody used to identify a performer or a dance band or radio/tv program • Syn: ↑signature, ↑theme song • Hypernyms: ↑tune, ↑melody, ↑air, ↑strain, ↑melodic line, ↑ …   Useful english dictionary

  • signature tune — UK / US noun [countable] Word forms signature tune : singular signature tune plural signature tunes British a piece of music that is always played at the beginning and end of a particular television or radio programme …   English dictionary

  • signature tune — noun The tune that opens and/or closes a radio or television programme Syn: theme tune …   Wiktionary

  • signature tune — /ˈsɪgnətʃə tjun/ (say signuhchuh tyoohn) noun 1. a short tune or jingle played as an identification signal by a radio or television station, etc., to introduce a particular program, etc. 2. a tune adopted by or associated with the name of a… …  

  • signature tune. — See theme song (def. 2). [1930 35] * * * …   Universalium

  • signature tune — jingle, unique melody (of a radio station, television show, etc.) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • signature tune — noun chiefly Brit. a distinctive piece of music associated with a particular programme or performer on television or radio …   English new terms dictionary

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