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 curated
His colleague at the British Museum, Dr. Jeremy Hill, who curated the 100 Objects book, opted for the word processor.
Campbell describes the books on his shelves as a “curated” collection.
The photos are curated by Burns, who dubs himself “Blogger Bob” and is based in Ohio.
One signal was the 2011 show at Helly Nahmad, New York pairing Soutine and Bacon and curated by Maurice Tuchman and Esti Dunow.
In the catalogue, Mellors says that the trio of selectors “have not curated anything.”