English version

erect in Human topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englisherecterect1 ●●○ verb [transitive] 🔊 🔊 1 TBC formal to build something such as a building or wall 🔊 an imposing town hall, erected in 1892 🔊 Police have erected barriers across the main roads into the town.2 VERTICALto fix all the pieces of something together, and put it in an upright position syn put up 🔊 It took a couple of hours to erect the tent.3 START something/MAKE something STARTto establish something such as a system or institution→ See Verb table
Examples from the Corpus
erectLet us look at what is being erected.Officials plan to erect a monument in Lindbergh's honor.William Arbuthnot erected a monument on the spot.The group hopes to erect a statue of Fleming next year.Spotlights were erected around the shelves.After an uncomfortable journey, the fir tree was erected in a large and beautifully furnished hall.It's a straight forward dome tent which is quick and easy to erect - it goes up all in one.The first lighthouse was erected on the island in 1912.A person who erects or installs such plant must ensure that the installation is not unsafe or a risk to health.The tents for the fair were erected overnight.The tent will then be held to the ground while you insert the poles and erect the tent. 5.