curate

Curate vs Write - What's the difference?

curate | write |


As nouns the difference between curate and write

is that curate is an assistant rector or vicar while write is (computing) the operation of storing data, as in memory or onto disk.

As verbs the difference between curate and write

is that curate is to act as a curator for while write is (lb) to form letters, words or symbols on a surface in order to communicate.

Curate vs Cater - What's the difference?

curate | cater |


As a noun curate

is an assistant rector or vicar.

As a verb curate

is to act as a curator for.

As a proper noun cater is

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Curate vs Extract - What's the difference?

curate | extract |


In lang=en terms the difference between curate and extract

is that curate is to work or act as a curator while extract is to take by selection; to choose out; to cite or quote, as a passage from a book.

As nouns the difference between curate and extract

is that curate is an assistant rector or vicar while extract is that which is extracted or drawn out.

As verbs the difference between curate and extract

is that curate is to act as a curator for while extract is to draw out or forth; to pull out; to remove forcibly from a fixed position, as by traction or suction, etc.

Curate vs Distill - What's the difference?

curate | distill |


As verbs the difference between curate and distill

is that curate is to act as a curator for while distill is (lb) to subject a substance to distillation.

As a noun curate

is an assistant rector or vicar.

Cumulate vs Curate - What's the difference?

cumulate | curate |


In lang=en terms the difference between cumulate and curate

is that cumulate is to be accumulated while curate is to work or act as a curator.

As verbs the difference between cumulate and curate

is that cumulate is to accumulate; to amass while curate is to act as a curator for.

As nouns the difference between cumulate and curate

is that cumulate is (geology) an igneous rock formed by the accumulation of crystals from a magma either by settling or floating while curate is an assistant rector or vicar.

As an adjective cumulate

is accumulated, agglomerated, amassed.

Cultivate vs Curate - What's the difference?

cultivate | curate |


As verbs the difference between cultivate and curate

is that cultivate is to grow plants, notably crops while curate is to act as a curator for.

As a noun curate is

an assistant rector or vicar.

Appoint vs Curate - What's the difference?

appoint | curate |


In lang=en terms the difference between appoint and curate

is that appoint is to furnish completely; to provide with all the equipment necessary; to equip or fit out while curate is to work or act as a curator.

As verbs the difference between appoint and curate

is that appoint is (obsolete|transitive) to fix with power or firmness; to establish; to mark out while curate is to act as a curator for.

As a noun curate is

an assistant rector or vicar.

Curate vs Organise - What's the difference?

curate | organise |


As verbs the difference between curate and organise

is that curate is to act as a curator for while organise is .

As a noun curate

is an assistant rector or vicar.

Curate vs Create - What's the difference?

curate | create |


As verbs the difference between curate and create

is that curate is to act as a curator for while create is (lb).

As a noun curate

is an assistant rector or vicar.

Curate vs Organize - What's the difference?

curate | organize |


In lang=en terms the difference between curate and organize

is that curate is to work or act as a curator while organize is to (l) with organs; to give an organic structure to; to endow with capacity for the functions of life; as, an organized being; organized matter; — in this sense used chiefly in the past participle.

As verbs the difference between curate and organize

is that curate is to act as a curator for while organize is to (l) in working order.

As a noun curate

is an assistant rector or vicar.

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