Translation of studio in Spanish:

studio

Pronunciation: /ˈstuːdiəʊ; ˈstjuːdiəʊ/

noun/nombre

  • 1.1 [Art/Arte] [Music/Música] [Photography/Fotografía] estudio (masculine) exercise studio gimnasio (masculine)
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    • In the past, these brick relics have seen service as artists' studios, photographers' darkrooms and birdwatchers' huts.
    • There she opened Frenchman's Art Gallery and Studios, a cooperative studio and gallery where artists would work in the same space.
    • In 1874 Monet's Impression, Sunrise was shown at the first exhibition of a group of independent artists in the studio of the photographer Nadar.
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    • The biggest impact on her early career came when she teamed up with Jon Hendricks and Dave Lambert, and the trio created a new sound in the recording studios.
    • The business has been expanded because of its revolutionary way of giving online access to professional recording studios for any amount of work without incurring hourly fees.
    • The county has two main professional recording studios, which can be hired by the hour or by the day.
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    • In the practice studio, this exercise lasts thirty minutes and propels performers into a trance.
    • Last night at the dance studio, we practiced the rueda.
    • Once renovations are complete, the new building will host four spacious dance studios as well as office and storage space.
    1.2 [Cinema/Cine] [Radio] [Television/Televisión] estudio (masculine) film/TV studios estudios de cine/TV (before noun/delante del nombre) the studio audience el público presente en el estudio
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    • Over the past three years, Rank has sold off holiday centres, cinemas, nightclubs, pubs and film studios.
    • There were seven studios, the cinemas and maybe TV if your film was really popular.
    • Tracking is how studios tend to estimate what kind of traction their film has.
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    • Colleagues say that he has been relying on snatches of food and drink from the hospitality rooms of television studios.
    • There is no applause, so perhaps this performance was recorded in the studios for a later broadcast.
    • Presenter Everard Davy will host the breakfast programme from the studio in the school and some of the pupils will broadcast live during the programme.
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    • They include senior representatives from all the major film and television studios.
    • Now, Burbank is the home to many film and television studios, including NBC, Universal, Disney, Warner Brothers.
    • By the immediate pre-war stage, the major film studios were already producing pin-up shots of their stars which were sent out as pre-film release publicity teasers.
    1.3 (company) estudios (masculine plural) 1.4studio (apartment o (in British English also/en inglés británico también) flat) estudio (masculine) (River Plate area/Río de la Plata) monoambiente (masculine)

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