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cu·ra·tor / ˈkyoŏrˌātər; kyoŏˈrātər; ˈkyoŏrətər/ • n. a keeper or custodian of a museum or other collection. DERIVATIVES: cu·ra·to·ri·al / ˌkyoōrəˈtôrēəl/ adj. cu·ra·tor·ship / ship/ n.

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curator †one having a cure of souls XIV; guardian of a minor, lunatic, etc., XV; manager, governor, spec. as member of an academic body XVII. — AN. curatour, (O)F. curateur, or the source L. cūrātōr, -ōr-, agent-noun f. cūrāre; see CURE, -ATOR.

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