Origin of curate
OTHER WORDS FROM curatecu·rat·ic [kyoo-rat-ik], /kyʊˈræt ɪk/, cu·rat·i·cal, adjectivecu·rate·ship, nouncu·ra·tion, nounsub·cu·rate, noun
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How to use curate in a sentence
The Post can then create audience segments, curate content for them and offer those audiences to advertisers, he said.The Washington Post wants three minutes of your morning to read (or listen to) its newsletter|Sara Guaglione|September 8, 2021|Digiday
For his blog, Otting teams with his mom to curate each post.
He pushed past a female curate and raced towards the exit, but Father Andrew Cain got to the doorway first.
Goppion says he would help planners curate the museum to offer the best art from across the Islamic world.
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
The croupier announces, intoning as does a high-church curate, "There is seven hundred and forty pounds in the bank, gentlemen."The Pit Town Coronet, Volume I (of 3)|Charles James Wills
There is also one curate who has charge of the Indian natives of this city and the slaves and freedmen living within the city.
She again applied to the curate, who told her, "You have not observed well what the bells said; listen again."
A poor curate for his Sunday dinner sent his servant to a chandler's shop, kept by one Paul, for bacon and eggs on credit.
Each day Dr. Ashton did the whole duty; his curate, Mr. Graves, was taking a holiday.Elster's Folly|Mrs. Henry Wood