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.