- 1a room or place for artistic work, such as painting, music, or film
- 2a company that produces films, music, or other forms of entertainment
Using studio: Examples
Take a moment to familiarize yourself with how "studio" can be used in various situations through the following examples!
She rented a studio to paint in.
The band recorded their album at the studio.
The movie was produced by a major studio.
He works as a photographer in a studio.
studio Synonyms and Antonyms
Idioms Using studio
performed or recorded in a studio
The band played a live in-studio session on the radio.
a group of people who are present during the taping of a television show or radio broadcast
The talk show had a studio audience of 100 people.
a small apartment consisting of one main room that serves as the living room, dining room, and bedroom
He lives in a studio apartment in the city.
Phrases with studio
The movie was produced by a major film studio.
The band recorded their album at a professional recording studio.
She rented an art studio to paint in.
Origins of studio
from Italian 'studio', meaning 'study'
Summary: studio in Brief
A 'studio' [ˈstjuːdiəʊ] is a room or place for artistic work, such as painting, music, or film. It can also refer to a company that produces films, music, or other forms of entertainment. Examples include 'She rented a studio to paint in.' and 'The movie was produced by a major studio.' 'Studio' extends into phrases like 'recording studio,' and idioms like 'studio audience,' denoting a group of people present during a television or radio broadcast.