Definition of studio
1a : the working place of a painter, sculptor, or photographerb : a place for the study of an art (such as dancing, singing, or acting)
2a : a place where motion pictures are madeb : 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
5 : studio apartment
Examples of studio in a Sentence
the president of a major Hollywood studio
Recent Examples of studio from the Web
The marina also has two dog parks (the hotel is dog-friendly), a distillery and artists’ studios, a nod back to the Weisers’ long history in the arts.
Behind-the-scenes studio wrangling makes those swipes at Marvel’s characters weirdly interesting.
It was directed by his sister Diane, then a 19-year-old film student at Temple University, and shot at a Philadelphia TV studio.
That’s a terrible place to be — as a songwriter, whatever was happening in the reality of my day would come in with me into the studio.
Also moving there are other studios and businesses displaced by the fire.
But the need to be discreet was paramount in the studio system era where contracts contained morals clauses and the Motion Picture Production Code strictly governed controversial film material.
The two studios, which can be used for staff or guests, are located on a lower floor and each measure about 600 square feet, said Ian Bruce Eichner, founder of the Continuum Company, the building’s...
Stop by for a morning baguette and admire the sunlit courtyard, where Charlie Chaplin’s studio was once located.
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Origin and Etymology of studio
Italian, literally, study, from Latin studium
First Known Use: 1800See Words from the same year
STUDIO Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of studio for English Language Learners
: 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
STUDIO Defined for Kids
Definition of studio for Students
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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