curate curate  /ˈkjʊ rət/


  • (n) a person authorized to conduct religious worship


  1. Anyone can hear all this stuff, but to be able to curate it, you have to have taste, and Maya Arulpragasam, 33, has it.
  2. Four years later, while helping curate the Prado's Goya: Fact and Fantasy exhibition, Mena's doubts grew when the painting was cleaned.
  3. My Damn Channel, according to CEO Rob Barnett, will curate a steady stream of original programming.


  1. The 8 Best Adrenaline Experiences for Father's Day

    Curated by LuxeInACity, a luxury agency that connect luxury fans with the best boutique brands, this list of adrenaline experience should become the "bucket-list" of Father's day experience. (PRWeb June 14, 2013) Read the full story at
    on June 14, 2013     Source: PRWeb

  2. Take time to Mosey: Site puts food and travel at the fore

    New site offers users the opportunity to offer restaurant recommendations, curate their favorite day trips and more!
    on June 12, 2013     Source:

  3. Flipboard update allows for co-curation of digital magazines

    Popular news reader app Flipboard scored a hit with its recently launched feature enabling users to build their own digital magazine. On Tuesday it rolled out an update allowing those with similar interests to co-curate a publication.
    on June 12, 2013     Source: Digital Trends

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propriety propriety
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