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erect 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Adjective
/iˈrekt/,
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Rigidly upright or straight,
  1. Rigidly upright or straight
    • - she stood erect with her arms by her sides
  2. (of the penis, clitoris, or nipples) Enlarged and rigid, esp. in sexual excitement

  3. (of hair) Standing up from the skin; bristling

Verb
  1. Construct (a building, wall, or other upright structure)
    • - the guest house was erected in the eighteenth century
  2. Put into position and set upright (a barrier, statue, or other object)
    • - the police had erected roadblocks
  3. Create or establish (a theory or system)
    • - the party that erected the welfare state

  1. raise: construct, build, or erect; "Raise a barn"
  2. upright in position or posture; "an erect stature"; "erect flower stalks"; "for a dog, an erect tail indicates aggression"; "a column still vertical amid the ruins"; "he sat bolt upright"
  3. rear: cause to rise up
  4. tumid: of sexual organs; stiff and rigid
  5. (erecting) the act of building or putting up
  6. (erection) an erect penis
  7. Penile erection is a physiological phenomenon where the penis becomes enlarged and firm. Penile erection is the result of a complex interaction of psychological, neural, vascular and endocrine factors, and is usually, though not exclusively, associated with sexual arousal. ...
  8. To put up by the fitting together of materials or parts; To cause to stand up or out; Upright; vertical or reaching broadly upwards; Rigid, firm; standing out perpendicularly
  9. (Erection) A penile condition characterized by enlargement and filling of erectile tissue with blood.
  10. (erection) The state in which the penis fills with blood and becomes rigid.
  11. (ERECTION) The on-site assembling of fabricated components to form a complete structure.
  12. (erection) The process of setting vertical dimension stone into place.
  13. (erection) Enlargement and hardening of the penis caused by increased blood flow into the penis and decreased blood flow out of it as a result of sexual excitement.
  14. (Erection) The enlarged, rigid state of the penis when sexually aroused.
  15. (Erection) A generic term for deck houses and superstructures.
  16. (Erection) A hardening of the penis usually caused by sexual arousal but also occurring during sleep or as the result of physical stimulation.
  17. (Erection) Assembling exhibits and displays on site.
  18. (Erection) The state of swelling, hardness, and stiffness due to increased filling of the penis during sexual excitement.
  19. (erection) A “hard” penis when it’s becomes full of blood and stiffens.
  20. (erection) N (of penis, clitoris) erektiĝoPIV,ABZ
  21. An erection, in medicine, is the swelling of the penis with blood, causing it to become firm.
  22. (Erectness) The tendency to have an “upright” posture based on a spine that is vertical rather than parallel to the ground.
  23. To place a sign and sign support structure in its final location; install.
  24. Upright; vertically oriented. (see ascending)
  25. Upright; perpendicular; in cycads, used to describe the natural orientation of stems (e.g. the trunk of Dioon merolae) or of the most recent crown or flush of leaves (e.g. the crown of Ceratozamia norstogii). Cf. ...