Definition of 'curate'
Example sentences containing 'curate'
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`... and according to the enraged vicar there's now an anonymous letter accusing the curate of flirting with a fourteen-year-old moppet. ABSOLUTE TRUTHS (2001)`You must bc the best landlady any curate could possibly have. GOODBYE CURATE (2001)As you know, a curate 's house is a priceless asset to any parish. GOODBYE CURATE (2001)
Phyllida watched as he shut the vestry door; the curate 's face was pale and set. ALL ABOUT LOVE (2001)
Trends of 'curate'
Used Occasionally. curate is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'curate'
British English: curate NOUN
A curate is a clergyman in the Anglican Church who helps the priest.
British English: curate VERB
If an exhibition is curated by someone, they organize it.
The exhibition has been curated by a well-known artist.
Definition of curate from the Collins English Dictionary
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