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Topic: TELEVISION AND RADIO

Date: 1800-1900
Language: Italian
Origin: Latin studium; STUDY1

studio

noun
     
stu‧di‧o W3 plural studios [countable]
1AMTTCR a room where television and radio programmes are made and broadcast or where music is recorded:
a TV studio
a recording studio in Nashville
2 also studiosAMF a film company or the buildings it owns and uses to make its films:
Depardieu is making a film with one of the big Hollywood studios.
3 a room where a painter or photographer regularly works:
a photographer's studio
4APD a room where dancing lessons are given or that dancers use to practise in
5 also studio apartment American English studio flat British EnglishTBB a small apartment with one main room:
a tiny studio
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