English Collins Dictionary - English synonyms & Thesaurus
studio ( studios plural )
1 n-count A studio is a room where a painter, photographer, or designer works.
She was in her studio again, painting onto a large canvas.
2 n-count A studio is a room where radio or television programmes are recorded, CDs are produced, or films are made.
She's much happier performing live than in a recording studio.
3 n-count You can also refer to film-making or recording companies as studios.
She wrote to Paramount Studios and asked if they would audition her.
4 n-count A studio is a small flat with one room for living and sleeping in, a kitchen, and a bathroom. You can also talk about a studio flat in British English or a studio apartment in American English. I live on my own in a studio flat.
dance studio ( dance studios plural ) A dance studio is a place where people pay to learn how to dance. n-count
studio audience ( studio audiences plural ) A studio audience is a group of people who are in a television or radio studio watching while a programme is being made, so that their clapping, laughter, or questions are recorded on the programme. n-count-coll
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