studija

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Latvian[edit]

Baleta studija (1)
Studija (2)
Studija (5)

Etymology[edit]

Via some other European language, ultimately from Latin studium (study). The meaning of "artistic workshop" was apparently first attested in Italian (see studiolo).

Pronunciation[edit]

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Noun[edit]

studija f (4th declension)

  1. studio, school (training provider, typically in the performing arts, where new performers learn performing skills)
    baleta studija — ballet studio
    dramatiskā studija — drama, theater studio, school
    tautas kinoaktieru studija — popular actors' studio, school
    sekojot tradīcijai, Dailes teātris turpināja studiju sistēmu, audzinot aktierus sava teātra sienās — following trandition, the Art Theater continued the studio system, training actors within its theater walls
  2. studio (an artist's workshop, usually also a classroom)
    visi studijas kakti bija pilni ar skicēm, maziem uzmetumiem, glavu un figūru kompozīcijām — all corners of the studio were full of sketches, small drafts, head and figure compositions
  3. studio (a group of artists, typically in the performing arts, characterized by some new, often experimental, form of creative activity)
  4. study, sketch (a preliminary work showing the possibilities of a given idea)
    paskatījos Miesnieka “Zāģera” studijā, kuras reprodukcija jau vairāk nekā gadu karājās pie sienas — I looked at Miesnieks' study of “The Sawyer,” a reproduction of which had been hanging on the wall for over a year
  5. studio (a place designed for recording sounds, music, or for making moving pictures, television broadcasts, etc.)
    mākslas filmu studija — artistic film studio
    firmas “Melodija” skaņu ierakstu studija parasti mani sastindzina: vēsi mikrofoni un pultis, nav klausītāju — the sound recording studio of the firm “Melodija” constrains me: it is cold microphones and controls, there are no listeners (= people)
    mums palikusi tikai viena “B” studija, no kuras pārraidām melnbalto programmu — we kept only one “B” studio, from which black-and-white programs were broadcast

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Serbo-Croatian[edit]

Pronunciation[edit]

  • IPA(key): /stûːdija/
  • Hyphenation: stu‧di‧ja

Noun[edit]

stȗdija f (Cyrillic spelling сту̑дија)

  1. study, paper (academic work)

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