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erect
ɪ'rɛkt
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English Definition
(形) As an adjective
  1. Of sexual organs; stiff and rigid.
  2. Upright in position or posture.
(动) As a verb
  1. Construct, build, or erect.
  2. Cause to rise up.
Hyphenatione•rect
Part of Speech(形) adjective, (动) verb
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直立zhílìerect; upright; vertical
竖立shùlìto erect; to set upright; to stand
笔直bǐzhíperfectly straight; straight as a ramrod; bolt upright
树立shùlìto set up; to establish
建立jiànlìto establish; to set up; to found
勃起bóqǐerection; to have an erection
erect; stab
竖起shùqǐto erect (a tent etc); to prick up (one's ears); to raise (one's eyebrows); to stick up (one's thumb); to turn up (one's collar); (of a bird) to puff up (one's feathers)
高耸gāosǒngerect; towering; to stand tall
shùto erect; vertical; vertical stroke (in Chinese characters)
架设jiàshèto construct; to erect
翘硬qiàoyìnghard; erect; to be in erection
竖直shùzhívertical; to erect; to set upright; vertical stroke in Chinese characters; young servant (old)
to stick in, to stab; to erect
安装ānzhuāngto install; to erect; to fix; to mount; installation
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