One who manages or oversees, as the administrative director of a museum collection or a library.(noun)
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Use "curator" in a sentence
""These additions are just carrying on the tradition of a dictionary that has always sought to be progressive and up to date," OED said in an online statement, describing itself as a word curator that had always "sought primarily to cover the language of its own time.""
"But don't the size fool you; here exists a direct correlation between scale and, yes, piety as befits the derivations of the word curator: late Middle English noun, an ecclesiastical pastor, or, more appropriate here, the Latin verb, "to cure"."
"A Nova Scotia science museum curator is writing a book on sea monsters."