One who has the cure of souls; originally, any clergyman, but now usually limited to one who assists a rector or vicar.
a deacon or other person not fully ordained who receives a fee for working in a small parish; the parish a curate works with is his 'cure'; sometimes a curate is the newest assistant to a senior minister at a large parish. Curates generally work under the supervision of a senior minister and do not have full responsibility for their parish. Equivalent to a vicar.
A cleric who assists a rector
a minister in training. They would typically spend about two years in a parish after completing their more formal education.
(verb) work done by a curator at a gallery or museum. A curator is a professional who has obtained a degree in fine arts and art history from a university or art school. Using a theoretical framework, the curator organizes exhibitions, proposes works for acquisition and writes books and articles in the area of their expertise.
To manage a collection of something, such as in a museum, gallery, laboratory
To manage and maintain a collection. A curator is the person in charge of a museum, art collection, zoo, etc.