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studio

noun stu·dio \ˈstü-dē-(ˌ)ō, ˈstyü-\

: the building or room where an artist works

: a place where people go to learn, practice, or study an art (such as singing, dancing, or acting)

: a place where movies are made

plural stu·dios

Full Definition of STUDIO

1
a :  the working place of a painter, sculptor, or photographer
b :  a place for the study of an art (as dancing, singing, or acting)
2
a :  a place where motion pictures are made
b :  a company that produces motion pictures
3
:  a place maintained and equipped for the transmission of radio or television programs
4
:  a place where audio recordings are made

Examples of STUDIO

  1. the president of a major Hollywood studio

Origin of STUDIO

Italian, literally, study, from Latin studium
First Known Use: 1819

Other Broadcasting Terms

continuity, dissolve, fade, feed, remote, residual, spike, wipe

Rhymes with STUDIO

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STUDIO Defined for Kids

studio

noun stu·dio \ˈstü-dē-ˌō, ˈstyü-\
plural stu·di·os

Definition of STUDIO for Kids

1
:  the place where an artist, sculptor, or photographer works
2
:  a place for the study of an art
3
:  a place where movies are made
4
:  a place from which radio or television programs are broadcast

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