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  1. erect

    • IPA[ɪˈrɛkt]


    • adj.
      rigidly upright or straight;(of the penis, clitoris, or nipples) enlarged and rigid, especially in sexual excitement.
    • v.
      put together and set upright (a building, wall, or other structure);create or establish (a theory or system)
    • verb: erect, 3rd person present: erects, gerund or present participle: erecting, past tense: erected, past participle: erected

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    • v.
      erect (something, especially a building) again.

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • v.
      erect (something, especially a building) again: the great glass house was dismantled and re-erected at Sydenham re-erected farmhouses

    Oxford Dictionary

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    • IPA[əˈrek(t)]


    • adj.
      rigidly upright or straight: she stood erect with her arms by her sides
    • v.
      construct (a building, wall, or other upright structure): the guest house was erected in the eighteenth century the police had erected roadblocks

    Oxford American Dictionary