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studionoun [C]

uk   /ˈstjuː.di.əʊ/  us   /ˈstuː.di.oʊ/ (plural studios)

studio noun [C] (RECORDING ROOM)

B1 a room with special equipment where television or radio programmes or music recordings are made: She spent three months in the studio working on her latest album. a studio audience (= people who watch a programme while it is being made in the studio)B1 a building or place where films are made, or a company that makes them: Ealing Studios made some famous British comedies in the 40s and 50s. a room or building where dancing is taught or practised: a dance studio
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studio noun [C] (ARTIST'S ROOM)

B2 a room in which an artist works, especially a painter or photographer a company making artistic or photographic products: The firm grew to be one of Europe's foremost graphics studios.

studio noun [C] (HOME)

(also studio apartment, UK also studio flat) a small apartment designed to be lived in by one or two people, usually with one large room for sleeping and living in, a bathroom and sometimes a separate kitchen
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