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  1. cu·rate
    IPA[ˌkyo͝oˈrāt]
  2. verb

    • 1. select, organize, and look after the items in (a collection or exhibition):

      both exhibitions are curated by the museum's director
    • 2. select the performers or performances that will feature in (an arts event or program):

      in past years the festival has been curated by the likes of David Bowie
    • 3. select, organize, and present (online content, merchandise, information, etc.), typically using professional or expert knowledge:

      nearly every major news organization is using Twitter’s new lists feature to curate tweets about the earthquake
  3. Variation

    • v.: verb: curate, 3rd person present: curates, gerund or present participle: curating, past tense: curated, past participle: curated

    • noun

      a member of the clergy engaged as assistant to a vicar, rector, or parish priest.

      a minister with pastoral responsibility.

    • verb

      select, organize, and look after the items in (a collection or exhibition):

      select the performers or performances that will feature in (an arts event or programme):

    • noun

      a member of the clergy engaged as assistant to a vicar, rector, or parish priest.

      a minister with pastoral responsibility.

    • noun

      a thing that is partly good and partly bad:
    • noun

      another term for priest-in-charge
    • noun

      a thing that is partly good and partly bad:
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