verb (used with object), cu·rat·ed, cu·rat·ing.
Origin of curate
Related formscu·rat·ic [kyoo-rat-ik] /kyʊˈræt ɪk/, cu·rat·i·cal, adjectivecu·rate·ship, nouncu·ra·tion, nounsub·cu·rate, noun
Examples from the Web for curate
For his blog, Otting teams with his mom to curate each post.
And, the moderators attempt to curate the content with the same respect.How the Syrian War Subreddit Scoops Mainstream Media|Nina Strochlic|November 7, 2013|DAILY BEAST
The first stage of his Imago Mundi collection has taken Benetton and his team five years to curate.Luciano Benetton’s Imago Mundi Exhibition Opens in Venice|Amelia Martyn-Hemphill|August 28, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Last year, festival director Laszlo Jakab Orsos had the idea of asking a special writer to curate a book bag.Pulitzer Winner Jennifer Egan’s PEN Festival Book Bag|Jennifer Egan|April 23, 2012|DAILY BEAST
According to Diamond, Deitch called him a year ago to propose that he curate Transmission: LA and has been very hands-on since.Mike D. Curates ‘Transmission LA’ at MOCA Los Angeles|Isabel Wilkinson|April 20, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Our cousin the curate loved, while he was yet a boy, Flora, of the sparkling eyes and the ringing voice.
I had to go back to search for the curate and ask his pardon, like a dog with its tail between its legs.She and I, Volume 1|John Conroy Hutcheson
The curate had of course called to inquire after her, but had not been invited to enter.Thomas Wingfold, Curate|George MacDonald
They rested now upon the bride, now upon the bridegroom, now upon the faces of the rector and his curate.Henry Dunbar|M. E. Braddon
The curate is sick, and we are obliged to defer it,” replied the dame, in haste; “but what success in the contributions?The Betrothed|Alessandro Manzoni