studio
[ˈstjuːdɪəʊ]
NOUN
studios (plural noun)
  1. a room where an artist, photographer, sculptor, etc. works.
    "mostly the painting is done in the studio, working from drawings"
    synonyms:
    workshop · workroom · atelier · workplace · place of work · office ·
    • a place where cinema films are made or produced.
    • a place where musical or sound recordings are made.
      "the Department of Music has a professional recording studio"
    • a room from which television programmes are broadcast, or in which they are recorded.
      "the broadcasts will be transmitted from the Middlesbrough studios"
    • a place where performers, especially dancers, practise and exercise.
      "its dance studio is spacious enough to cater for aerobics classes"
  2. a film or television production company.
    "the big names are being snapped up by major studios in the film capital" ·
    "a big-budget contract with a major studio" · "a studio executive"
  3. a studio flat.
    "all apartments and studios have private facilities"
Origin
early 19th century: from Italian, from Latin studium ( see study).
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How to use studio in a sentence?
the band took to spending weeks on end in the studio as a way of escaping from the mayhem of Beatlemania.
weary of carting instruments around, they converted an industrial space into a studio.
the studio released this film with great fanfare but no commercial success.
the big names are being snapped up by major studios in the film capital.
it puts professional studio sound within the reach of the audiophile.
Preston gave him directions to a restaurant not far from the studio.
the broadcasts will be transmitted from the Middlesbrough studios.
its dance studio is spacious enough to cater for aerobics classes.
mostly the painting is done in the studio, working from drawings.
they go into the studio next week to record their debut album.
the Department of Music has a professional recording studio.
I learned to be more open and not such a Nazi in the studio.
the artist sequestered himself in his studio for two years.
he didn't approve of the proposal to pig it in the studio.
I would go into the studio while the guys were recording.
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How to say studio in other languages?
Laguages Translations
Afrikaans (NOUN)ateljee
Arabic (NOUN)استوديو, ستوديو, الاستوديو, استديو
Bangla স্টুডিও
Bulgarian (NOUN)студио, ателие
Cantonese (Traditional) 縯播室
Catalan (NOUN)estudi, taller
Chinese Simplified 演播室
Chinese Traditional 演播室
Czech (NOUN)ateliér
Danish (NOUN)atelier, lejlighed
Dutch (NOUN)atelier
Estonian (NOUN)stuudio, Kaheinimesetuba, Standard, apartement, Deluxe
Fijian yaloyalo ni
Finnish (NOUN)Ateljee, Yksiö
French (NOUN)atelier
German (NOUN)Atelier
Greek (NOUN)στούντιο, Γκαρσονιέρα
Haitian Creole estidyo
Hebrew (NOUN)סטודיו, אולפן, הסטודיו, בסטודיו, באולפן, האולפן, לסטודיו, וסטודיו
Hindi (NOUN)स्टूडियो
Hungarian (NOUN)Műterem
Icelandic (NOUN)stúdíó, vinnustofu
Italian (NOUN)monolocale, dello studio
Japanese (NOUN)スタジオ, 工房, ステューディオ
Klingon law'
Korean (NOUN)스튜디오
Lithuanian (NOUN)studija
Maltese (NOUN)studjo
Persian (NOUN)استودیو
Polish (NOUN)studyjny, pracowni
Portuguese (NOUN)estúdio, ateliê
Querétaro Otomi estudio
Romanian (NOUN)garsoniera, student
Russian (NOUN)студии, однокомнатная, мастерской, ателье
Samoan potu
Serbian (Cyrillic) студио
Slovak (NOUN)ateliéri
Slovenian (NOUN)atelje, apartma, glasbeni
Spanish (NOUN)estudio, taller
Swedish (NOUN)ateljé
Tahitian haruharuraa
Tamil (NOUN)ஸ்டூடியோ
Telugu స్టూడియో
Thai (NOUN)สตูดิโอ
Tongan loki hiki
Turkish (NOUN)stüdyo, atölyesi
Ukrainian (NOUN)студії, однокімнатна, ательє, майстерні
Urdu (NOUN)سٹوڈیو, اسٹوڈیو
Welsh (NOUN)stiwdio
Yucatec Maya Kin xook
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