Definition of 'curator'
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He enjoyed the convivial and intellectual aspects of college life and he was the college curator of art. Times, Sunday Times (2008)His name causes museum and gallery curators shudder, for his calling card is paintings once hung. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Like curators in a museum, they wish to preserve the history and legacy of a previous generation. Christianity Today (2000)Some of the world's top museum curators, art dealers and auctioneers should be squirming this week. Times, Sunday Times (2014)
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Translations for 'curator'
British English: curator NOUN
A curator is someone who is in charge of the objects or works of art in a museum or art gallery.
…the curator of fossil fishes at the natural history museum.
Definition of curator from the Collins English Dictionary
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