curate
Pronunciation
  • (noun)
    • (RP) IPA: /ˈkjʊəɹət/, /-ɹɪt/
    • (GA) enPR: kjo͝oʹrĭt, IPA: /ˈkjʊɹɪt/
  • (verb)
    • (RP) IPA: /kjʊəˈɹeɪt/
    • (GA) enPR kjo͝o-rātʹ, IPA: /kjʊˈɹeɪt/, /ˈkjʊɹeɪt/
Noun

curate (plural curates)

  1. an assistant rector or vicar
  2. a parish priest
Translations Translations Verb

curate (curates, present participle curating; past and past participle curated)

  1. (transitive) To act as a curator for.
    She curated the traveling exhibition.
    They carefully curated the recovered artifacts.
  2. (transitive) To apply selectivity and taste to, as a collection of fashion items or web pages.
  3. (intransitive) To work or act as a curator.
    Not only does he curate for the museum, he manages the office and fund-raises.
Translations
  • Russian: курировать
  • Spanish: comisariar



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