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cu·rate 1

 (kyo͝or′ĭt)
n.
1. A cleric, especially one who has charge of a parish.
2. A cleric who assists a rector or vicar.

[Middle English curat, from Medieval Latin cūrātus, from Late Latin cūra, spiritual charge, from Latin, care; see cure.]

cu·rate 2

 (kyo͝or′āt′)
tr.v.
1. To organize and oversee (an art exhibit or film festival, for example).
2. To gather and present to the public: a blog that curates news stories.

[Back-formation from curator.]

cu·ra′tion (kyo͝or-ā′shən) n.
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